Relocation

I’ve been away from the blogging scene for awhile.  I was an avid user of Xanga since 2003.  I had stopped blogging around 2009, when I got into my Architecture program.

Being abroad in Japan via my Architecture school, made me realize how much I miss writing. I may not be the best at blogging, but I want to start somewhere.  I realize that I’m not as introspective as I used to be, and that I’ve been lacking in expressing how I feel about anything.  I’m hoping I can regain a part of myself that I feel that I’ve lost over the years becoming so engulfed with my work at SCI-Arc.

But by the time I decided to start blogging on my old Xanga, I find that Xanga might be shutting down.  They’re trying to fundraise money, and unfortunately I can’t contribute to it, so I thought of my second best option…to re-locate.  The one thing I’ll miss most about Xanga is the amazing community and the support system of people there.  I can only hope WordPress can offer that as well.

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12 thoughts on “Relocation

  1. xonthis says:

    Ive relocated here as well. Im starting to like the feel of it.
    Studying abroad in Japan? Ah. That is pretty awesome. Was it actual architecture or general education classes.

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    • dreamelysium says:

      @xonthis – Yeah, it’s actually a Design Studio, our project is focusing on the Tsukiji fish market as a site.

      I’m still hoping Xanga will pull through though, because the community there is awesome!

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  2. grannyandthebaldguy says:

    I hope that Xanga pulls through also but I am still staying here. The longer I am here the more I like it.
    Welcome here and nice to meet you.

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