2011 is zooming by so fast. I can hardly keep up. The first 3 months of the year brought a lot of changes and while they were not all easy, we’re getting by.
I have a new office and after two weeks, sorry to say, the excitement and fascination wore off. I don’t think they’re supposed to last anyway. I found myself missing my old dungeon-esque office. However, a part of me is satisfied. I figured if I cannot have something new, as in new, in my work, this change of scenery is a good thing, for the meantime.
After a month of hiatus, I’m back to my Spanish class. New teacher, new classmates, new class level. We’re set to take a diagnostic exam at the end of April. I always promise myself I will do better in my classes and this level, I may actually just do that.
The first quarter of the year draws to a close and my reading list is much respectable than how I fared in 2008 and 2009. The items in the list though…well, let’s just say we should never ever make excuses with what we read. It is a subjective form of activity. At the end of a busy day, sometimes, fluff is all you can take. I will blog about this separately.
I also started running 10 kilometers in marathons. I joined 3 marathons already and I’ve been improving my personal record. I am training gradually so I can lessen it further then I will keep it to a decent time. I should also blog about this separately.
My TV fangirl mode is a little bit on hiatus as well because really, real life has been real to me lately.
My hopeless romantic side has shifted to its pragmatic mode. I take everything as it comes and I always make sure to have a good laugh at everything, whether they go my way or not. Now I know how crazy it looks from the sidelines. Sometimes, I get floored by little moments but when they’re over, I get distracted and forget them. I take it as a gift because I’d rather take a liking for different endeavors and hobbies than just work, love life, and some other activity. That’s sad, if that’s all you have. Sorry to those who feel they’re enough.
I know I have more things to say but thanks to caffeine, I lost the ability to recall them. I guess this is enough for now. Maybe if I have my own domain, I’ll be more enthusiastic to blog. Thing is, I regressed further down the poverty level that this plan was scrapped altogether. Tsk.
So, you, how have you been?