X-hour break time
I wasn’t expecting that I would be loaded this much. For the month of May we would be having a series of vacation trips to different parts of the universe, and three of the itineraries include Batangas City, Pangasinan, and Nueva Ecija. And maybe this is high time for me to file my long-awaited leave of absence in Blogger – make that indefinite leave of absence because I wouldn’t want to preempt anything thus jeopardizing all that is planned. I prefer to call my vacation leave as such and not that word hiatus because the latter is contextually misused for the time being, and I hate the idea of misinterpretation. Anyway, even if I’m virtually away from the blogosphere (and before my LOA become officially effective) I have prepared a list of things to consider for myself and my contacts.
1. Being in LOA doesn’t mean that I will totally excommunicate myself from the blogosphere. Occasionally I would visit your respective blogs and leave a mark of existence.
2. There is no grand assurance that I will make a come back within the next months.
3. It is also possible that you can spot me at the Alabang Town Center during my vacant times. I usually hang out near the fountain area and the soaring palm trees early in the afternoon. I don’t stray as far as Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf because my friend and I have had a bad history with them.
4. In the event you have seen me cross your line of vision, you can yell my name in public. I’m serious. I have mulled this thing over, and I have considered the consequences. Besides, I’m all for freedom of speech.
5. I’ll try to be nicer to people once I get back to blogging. I remember one topic during the iBlog3 that a blog’s content should have a burning passion and not just to rant, rave, blah blah. But what if my burning passion is to rant and rave, and to make other people’s lives miserable by just talking to them?
Then again, changes may occur without prior notice. See you.