Sunday, April 8, 2012

Well, it's been a while, huh?

Yes, I know, I know.  I've been horrible.  I haven't blogged in ages.  I've been completely and totally absent.

....well, not really.  I mean, I've been playing with LinkedIn, discovering Pinterest, and trying to figure out Tumblr.  And, as a graduate student, as you can imagine, I've been neck-deep in schoolwork.  To top that off, I've been working on my Mandarin and going through the whole Foreign Service Officer application process.  To say I've been a busy bee would be making the biggest of understatements.

I've decided that I love Tumblr.  In fact, love might not be a strong enough word.  So, I've been thinking more about the things I care about and how I want to best present it all to my dear readers.  I'm sure there's only about five of you, but that is quite alright.  So, therefore, I've made up my mind.  This will continue to be my personal blog.  At some point, the website will diversify to include my resume and other things, but for now, it will remain my main personal blog, full of day to day musings and the like.

But, BUT, that's not all.  I now possess two Tumblr Blogs.  The first is which will contain all of my library related musings including my thoughts on library school and the job hunt process which will begin in full swing this summer.

The second blog will be a labor of love. will include all of my British geekery.  MWAM stands for MidWest AngloMania.  It will probably be my most diverse blog including pictures, videos, audio files, and quotes.  If you just want to kick back and watch some videos, this will be place to go.

So, in case you've been wondering what's been going on with me, stay tuned.  I'll give a bit of a catch-up on what has been going on since December and then blog more as time goes on, but if you're on Tumblr, consider following one or both of my blogs there.



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