Hello all! 🙂
You get a gold star if you can tell me where that quote comes from.
So my presence on the interwebs has been almost non-existent over the past few weeks. I’m sure you’ve all missed me interrupting your busy schedules with my bookish babble. I mean, it’s not like you have lives to attend to right? You’re all just sitting there refreshing your email wistfully hoping one of my blogs will pop into your inbox.
Even though I haven’t been commenting on many of your blogs, I have been reading them, and silently appreciating what you have to say. I love chatting to you all, but unfortunately I haven’t been able to do it much lately.
The title of this post popped into mind because it’s a round about/cryptic way of saying I will be returning to normal blogging….at some point…..in the vague vicinity of the future…..eventually.
But for now blogging has to take a back seat as I try to understand the mind-numbing world of APA citing and referencing, living in a house full of strangers, navigating around a roomate, getting over Freshers Flu (yes, turns out that’s a real thing) not to mention all the frustrating technical glitches I keep encountering. I got set my first essay this week, and for various reasons it’s been an utter nightmare to complete, but I’ve finally done it. Although I now kind of feel like this:
In other words, completely drained and disheveled. Right now I barely have time to breathe, let alone write a blog post. I’ve hardly read anything fiction related since I’ve been at University either, and you know it must be serious when Becky isn’t even reading.
I have various unfinished blog posts lying around, and my long belated review of Stardust should hopefully be out soon. (Although my current blogging rate is about one sentence a day. Lol.)
It’s in desperate times like these, that we all need a good motto:
Frodo meme: http://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/864808-what-makes-you-laugh?page=6&type=topic#comment_59422402
Tea Mug: My own personal image, please do not reuse.