I don’t know about you, but for me, this post has been a long time coming.
When helped start this blog a little over four years ago, I wasn’t sure if this day would come, or when it would come, or how it would look like. All I’ve had planned for this post was the title; everything I’m writing here is off-the-cuff. Well, more off-the-cuff than my previous posts.
Since I last posted–about four months ago now–I have moved, changed jobs, and gotten married (not necessarily in that order). Not that these things would normally interfere with my blog, but they do add to the pile.
Especially given how the world has been turning lately. And this medium I use–the Internet–hasn’t gotten any prettier. And I feel like I have too many negative or apathetic opinions about things.
And being negative and apathetic makes me tired.
I’ve been a lot more tired lately. I chalk it up to a new job that has me pulling morning shifts.
But I haven’t forgotten this blog. This little project that a few of my friends and I started as a class project. This vessel that I used to house my “unpopular” opinions about things.
And yet, in spite of not forgetting it, I feel like I have run out of things to say for it.
And I’m tired.
All this made incredibly short, I have come to the realization that I should formally bid adieu to The Correlation. As in, I don’t plan on writing any more posts for this blog. Not to say that I won’t stop writing. Who knows, I might pick up another project at some point. Launch another blog for it.
But I feel like I am content leaving my contributions to The Correlation where they stand.
I have nothing else to say here except what I have already said.
Last one out, please turn out the light.