Sorry, guys. I know I've been gone for a long time. At the head of all of my absence, I've had no excuse to be gone for so long. it was just... laziness and then.. fear.
Let me explain.
With social media--or anything, really-- if I keep up daily, I begin to get stressed and fall out. So then, I started taking "breaks". But the thing with me and social media (or anything) is, if I start taking breaks, I'm doomed to eventually take month-long hiatuses. After being gone so long, I remember the fact that while this website is to get myself out there, I've also started following people. These people might need me to be there for them. And with that comes anxiety that maybe I missed something that was big in your life. Maybe I missed something where my help was dire, but because of my absence, I missed it and... something bad happened. That crazy, hyperbolized guilt makes me hold off even more as well as what if friends of mine on here don't like me anymore. I mean, you all have the right if I miss something important, but I don't like to think I've disappointed friends or people going through a tough time--especially that I have to confront them.
So, I've recently started college. I am now in a dorm with a roommate who's pretty cool and reminds me of old friends. It's nice to be out of the house and able to set my own schedule--and go out at absurd hours. I've also made friends with staff and students (many who are older than me) and have learned many Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign techniques. The commercial for the school called it "the hardest thing you'll ever love", but I think it's pretty easy. Then again, it's only my first quarter and I have had a few deadline scares.
I have very recently joined a club and will be part of another some time soon. Right now, I will help organize student events. Currently, and most likely from here on out, we are a group of five known as "The Ambassadors". If you have a better title, please comment.
The school's pretty big and great with its management of school open computer hours. I also get to draw and paint fairly enough for these class projects, so things are fine. At dorms, we've had a few scares, but free wifi, so... cool.
Anyway, you all have a great day and tell me what's been up with you.
Listening to: my roommate's videos through her earbuds
Reading: The stuff I'm typing into this box
Watching: The screen of this computer. Yep