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as the dust settles

i have things to say but i don’t quite know where to start. instead, i’ve been reading some of my old posts.

and you know what? i actually like most of the things i wrote. even the ones which i was frustrated about – the last few posts which i felt i was being too self-obsessed and having nothing intellectual to say.

now that i’m leaving my current job – yes, i’m leaving the bookshop job and i’ll tell you why soon – i see that i have a pretty good writing voice. at least, my personality does come through better in writing than it does in person. i feel like a better person in writing.

it’s a shame that i’m leaving my current job because one of my main responsibilities is to maintain the bookshop’s facebook page and blog. i interact with the fans a lot and i really enjoy that; it reminds me when i was at the peak of blogging here and i was interacting with all my blog friends.

well, there’s not much point to this post except to tell you that i’ve been reading my old posts, reminiscing without feeling bitter, feeling wistful about leaving the bookshop job yet looking forward to start all over with the new job.

tell you more in the next post.

Comments on: "as the dust settles" (6)

  1. Past doesn’t crawl slowly. It sometimes jumps on you. Similarly, old posts die hard.
    Waiting for the dust to settle.

    • lol, i think old posts never die! unless you choose to delete them. πŸ˜‰ thanks, i think the dust is almost settled.

  2. I’m new here, but wanted to welcome you back! Haven’t read much yet, but keep coming back. So – welcome back!!

  3. Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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