We’re in April and spring is in the air. Sort of. Here, at least, the weather is still undecided and keeps switching from warm, sunny days to windy, wet ones.
These two months were pretty calm, although I have slowly eased back into my studies mode. Which means that I have now started my postgraduate life! ☺️
Hello, anybody still here? 😅
I’m sorry for the long silence (and I guess I’m talking to those few followers who are interested in my Journal posts). I was preoccupied with a million things these months and blogging not only ended up on the back burner, it completely disappeared from my radar! Shame.
Now, my temporary freedom from studies and my desire to chronicle my life have brought me back. Enjoy this monster of a post (and write me a comment to let me know you’re still interested in reading me…).
Hello readers! It’s October, and I am finally starting to breathe again, as the heat and humidity are giving way to cooler temperatures and rain. Like an animal out of hibernation (or a zombie out of the grave), now I feel ready to crawl back to active life, get energised and fill my Scrabbled Journal with interesting points. 🙂
Hello everyone! Hope that summer (or winter, depending which hemisphere you’re living in) has been treating you well.
I’m back with another combined Scrabbled Journal post because too little happened in July to deserve a whole post. Actually, August was just uneventful. Oh well, it’s no surprise. The summer heat doesn’t let me do anything, except reading and watching TV under the A/C, which I did for most of the days!
And she’s back!
I feel terrible for abandoning the blog without any formal hiatus announcement, but those who follow me regularly or who saw my last Journal post know the reason behind my disappearance. The weight of academic responsibilities came crashing on me, and I just couldn’t afford thinking about the blog as well.
Now that my degree course is done and dusted, I am working on getting my blogging mojo back. I’m starting with this Journal post where I’ll try to recap the good, the bad and the memorable of the last six months.