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17 May 2014


I've been thinking a lot about how I want to organize this blog as I move forward with it. In January, right before I got sucked into the maelstrom of my last semester, I considered transferring my blog to wordpress. I got everything imported to a wordpress blog and played around with it a bit, trying to decide which I preferred - blogger or wordpress. As it turns out, it doesn't really matter much to me. I like them both. (Admittedly, much of what I like about blogger is that I'm accustomed to it, but that's okay.)

Anyway, here's what I've decided: I'm going to split my blog into two. This one will remain as my personal blog. The wordpress blog will be for my academic writings. I'll link to those here when I post a new one, which probably won't be terribly often. My fiction is getting moved to my website. Links to all this will go up on the sidebar, probably next week. 

See you soon!

15 May 2014

Aaaaaaand I'm done!

So you may have noticed my absence; I've been gone for about a semester (timing not a coincidence).

This last semester almost killed me, but I'm graduating today. This evening. Whoa.

I'm still having random anxieties over it. Like, what if somehow my name didn't get added to the list because I didn't fill out form 397A42 five months in advance in triplicate? What if I'm sitting there in front of my family - who are actually showing up (whaaaat?!) - and my name doesn't get called, and I just sit there like a dumbass? And my family's like WTF Bones?


I called the people in charge of the ceremony this morning. I'm on the list, it's all good. No worries.

This just doesn't feel real enough to not go wrong - to not end up being not real.

But really, it is real. Weird.

I have from now until the end of June or so to find some income for my home. Until I do, my tasks for myself are to 1, find a job, and 2, be a writer, and 3, be a painter.

Pictures and writing samples to follow.