“First rule of blogging is…update regularly”
You’ve seen them, the huge ghost town of blogs on the internet. The ones that get left behind when things get too busy, the ones that look like old myspace pages and haven’t been updated since 2008. Well just as mine had one foot in the grave, I’m pulling it back out.
I’m not giving up that easily! I can’t believe it’s been over two months since I’ve posted! So much has happened and I can’t wait to tell you about it all and catch up on what’s going on with you. Law school has been a whirlwind but I have the first semester under my belt and now that I know what to expect, it’s time to get my life back in order.
You know how there are just times when you just have to sit back and just let life happen, roll with the punches, adapt to the changes and then make a game plan and get back on track? That was this fall to me. So much was changing that I knew I had to just take it as it came and then figure out how to mesh things together with the new life, the new schedule, the new to-do’s. One thing that is definitely sticking around is posting. No matter how far away from publishing I get, I have learned through this semester (a lot of things really but one of them is) I love to read and write. I didn’t pick up a single book this entire semester and hardly had time to write. And while some things have to be put to rest when life gets hectic I’ve decided writing isn’t one of them. I miss it and I miss you all too much.
And because I’m not a new years resolution type of person, I’m going to get a head start on this, even if it’s just 8 days. I can’t wait to tell you all everything and to catch up. It’s been way too long. So although I told myself on the drive from Cincinnati to Atlanta that I was going to detox on caffeine this Christmas break, I’m going to go grab a cup of coffee, log on to what is sure to be a mountain of a google reader and catch up. Cold turkey is too much to ask right? You have to come down off caffeine slowly.
What have you all been up to? What things tend to fall to the wayside when you get too busy?