It’s been a while, hasn’t it. A long while.
Usually in these instances I’d write some long, drawn out apology and metaphorical explanation for why I haven’t been posting (and I definitely DIDN’T already do that once and delete it all), but this time I won’t bother.
The last time I posted was October 10, 2017 at 9:34 a.m. It was an article giving you all the information I had in my little brain about norovirus. But, even though the posts stopped going live, I didn’t stop writing.
The last post that I created, and never published, was January 19, 2018 at 10:26 a.m. The title?
2018: The Year of the Chelsie.
I started off that post with saying that this was going to be my year, I could feel it. The pantone color of the year is Ultra Violet, and it was already half way through the month of January and it just seemed like good things were coming my way.
I can’t tell you if that’s still the case, and to be honest, I’m doing my best to not think about that, but what I can tell you is that in these last 5 months I’ve been through a lot. Some good, some bad, but all working out just fine and all vital learning experiences that have given me room to grow and improve in various aspects of my life.
So, why did I write this? Why did I decide, after all this time, to break the silence? And why did I choose THIS post to make my grand entrance back into the world of writing?
Those are all very good questions, and I was hoping you knew the answer because I surely don’t.
I can’t promise I’ll write often, and I won’t even try to commit to a regular posting schedule, but what I can promise is that you may get another post after this one. So, get excited for at least one more post before I got missing for 8 months and write a weird, non-sequitur ramble post that doesn’t have any meaning, purpose or complexity.
So, until next time, internet.
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