Monday, October 13, 2014

My Summer 2014 in a Nut Shell and My Aspiration to Blog Again

Long time no blog…  My excuse is that I had the busiest, craziest and probably the most memorable summer I've ever had in my entire life.  Not only I worked at my annual camp job, which is already a crazy event on its own (just imagine working with hundreds of young, creative souls all day every day making art), but I also traveled to Japan for 6OSME (6th International Meeting of Origami in Science, Math and Education) and the Origami Tanteidan Convention in Tokyo.  Attending these meetings which attracted hundreds of origami enthusiasts, including some of the world's greatest artists was like having electric shocks for nine days straight.

Obviously I have a lot to write, but it has been too much for me to process what I had experienced in the past summer, while going through some life changes right afterwards.   Now that the school started again I got back working there regularly and more hours and responsibilities.  I am still in the process of adjusting myself to find balance between my school job and my work outside of school.

So here I am, I aspire to get back to blogging more in the coming months.  More book reviews, reports on Tokyo/Japan, my recent creative works, and my upcoming event announcements will be on the way.  I admit that I always find myself in a little bit of slump this time of year, but I am trying to put myself to fold and write more.  I will be back soon!