Good evening, All!
I do greatly apologize for the insanely long absence. Life, as I’m sure everyone knows, seems to take the better of you when you least expect it. This past year of my life has been a complete whirlwind; time blinked past me before I realized it was gone. I’m not sure if I can say I’m a better person for the experience, but it was indeed an experience!
My first semester of school was trying, to put it lightly. My current semester of school is much less trying, but just as stressful. Nonetheless, six more semesters and I’ll be done! Let me tell you, I’m itching to be done. Between my work life and my social life, school is not an easy task to make time for, but I manage. Sleep seems to be the area of my life I willingly sacrificing, to a fault. Lack of sleep has taken its toll, in more ways than one. . .
Work has become much more of a difficult task than it used to be, and I’m not sure of the cause. It’s either that my attitude towards the job has changed, due to my increasing desire and excitement for seeing my dream become a reality. This could definitely cause some conflict in the workplace, I’m sure. Or, the conflict in the work place is what is causing my attitude to change. Or, what I believe, is that it might be a combination of the two. Regardless, it is making life more difficult than it should be. I love my job, I wouldn’t be work so hard and so much if it wasn’t something I enjoyed. At least now that my classes this semester are under control, I can focus on finding a cohesive solution to that problem. Shouldn’t be too hard, or that’s what I hope.
I’m going to breeze past relationships on this post, definitely not ready to hash all that out to the world. Maybe in subsequent posts. Maybe. Definitely a drama-llama there, much to my behest. . .
My final note for this post is much more positive, centered on the ever growing collection of comics I have acquired, from Deadpool to Star Wars and everything in between. Well, nearly everything. I have over thirty different titles, and nearly all of each series, though some are ongoing. My current running total has already reached over 300; I lost count. My collection is continuing to grow, and I am running out of room. I have each comic cataloged and organized, but my options for keeping them as such in my small apartment are becoming more and more limited by each comic I bring home. My question to you, dear readers:
Any clever ideas on organization and storage of these comics? (And, no, selling and/or throwing them out is not a valid answer, but nice try.)
Comment your answers!
I’ll be seeing you!