It’s been more than a year since I last wrote a blog post and I’ve been trying to figure out just why that is. I realized I had nothing in particular I wanted to talk about or have time to talk about, but that’s changed now. I’ve completed the course work for the Graphic Design concentration of my BFA, culminating in a senior thesis (more about that in another post), and I have projects I want to talk about along with an amazing upcoming trip that I’m thrilled to share with everyone.

The last year has been a tumultuous concurrence of events that left me brain-drained with little time for writing or, room to even think about writing if it wasn’t required for a class. Starting now, I’ll be catching up on some projects I’m pretty proud of and even throwing in some video and/or audio  blogging of my trip. What’s this about a trip? Check out the link above to a page called  London! What do you mean you’re going to London‽‽‽ That’s where I’ve laid out my plans, asked for help, and even have an idea of how you can “join me in London.”

So, in remembrance of one of my favorite authors:

Let the wild (blogging) rumpus begin!

Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are wild thing