Day Old Sushi will be going on hiatus until January 2015. The blog will be undergoing a major makeover and realignment. I’ve been all over the place in terms of how I want to run this blog and I need to step back and re-focus on what kind of content I want to produce.
Thanks for hanging with me, dear readers, and check back in 2015 for a new and improved Day Old Sushi!
Hello, dear readers. As you may have noticed, I have been a teensy bit absent this past week. The reason has been two-fold.
One. I’ve been having some usage issues with my internet service provider. Those are being worked out.
Two. There have been some health issues within my family that I made a priority.
Things will be back to normal sometime this coming week. I appreciate you sticking with me, my lovely readers!
Okay, lovely readers. It seems I don’t have reliable internet for the next week, so I’m putting Day Old Sushi on a slight hold until I’m back where the internet flows freely from high in the mountains like spring water or some shit. On the plus side, I have plenary of time to at least type up a bunch of posts.
My dear readers, I’ve fallen off the wagon of regular posting. A lot of stress has hit all at once and I’m feeling a tad bit overwhelmed. On top of a short stint at the Ren Fair, I caught a bit of a cold that I wanted to kill before my big interview on Tuesday. (Note: My immune system is notoriously bad at doing its job – when I get sick, I either get really sick or stay sick for months.) And now, I need to prepare for my upcoming interview with ECC as well as pack everything but the essentials for my big move back to IA. My mom is coming up again this weekend to take home pretty much everything that isn’t large furniture.
So, as you may have guessed, I’m a bit busy with life and all its happenings. I’ll resume posting on schedule after my trip to Seattle and potential life-changing interview with ECC. But until then* you’ll all just have to amuse yourselves some other way. It’ll be hard, I know, but I believe in you, my lovely readers. You’ll get through this dark, dark time. I can already see the light on the other side of this tragedy.
Okay, my sass is starting to show, so I’ll leave it here. Off I go to get shit done!
Even if you need to take a break, enjoy the journey!
*”Then” being Wednesday or Thursday of next week.