From my sudden vanishing into the fog from blogging to dealing with loss of a pet, this was one long month. I’d like to say that I’m glad that March is over, but through all the events that happened last month, I’ve learned some important things about life and myself. Because I didn’t post a February wrap up, I’ll be including some bits and pieces into this post as well :))
Hello world, and welcome back to another episode of Kimberly’s Unannounced Hiatus™.
Or rather than hiatus, a short absence from the blogosphere – I… have once reappeared. Amidst school, textiles [insert screaming], the competition, and overall LIFE in general, I couldn’t find the time to properly sit down, drink a cup of tea and blog.
My 2nd blogiversary was actually on February 25th, and I was SO hoping that I could have this published on that day. Even though this is late, I owe this to y’all, and I had a ton of fun answering all the questions you submitted.
I feel like it’s yesterday that I went screaming (like always) about how I’m so not ready for 2019? Honestly, I’m still not sure why this happened, and I don’t think I ever will be able to. January was… a difficult month – definitely a rocky start to the year.
There’s several things I want to cover in this post, so I hope that this won’t be your typical long monthly wrap up posts you see here.
It’s creepy to even think Free Perspectives, my beautiful potato child, is now 1 year old. How have I been alive for so long?? Why am I still here?? #EverythingHasChanged
So many things happened during this year; from starting to blog (duh), to going through those few months (and surviving XD) that COMPLETELY changed my life, I honestly still can’t believe that I am still here, now, typing this out. I have changed so much, the world has changed so much, and I have yet truly discovered who I actually am: a potato.
Okay I lied ~ no, so many things have impacted me throught out this journey, and one of them is definitely blogging. I can’t wait to reflect and look back at my 1 year blogiversary, because Free Perspectives is getting old, and 1 years old is definitely old.
Let’s dive right in because I CAN’T WAIT *hup* *belly flops*