Multiple Enthusiasms

Infinite jest. Excellent fancy. Flashes of merriment.

Same as the old one

A lot’s happened in the past few weeks, while I’ve been away, the biggest change being that I’m typing this from my old bedroom in my parents’ house, where I’m now living again for a lot of reasons I’m not yet going to go into, no so much because I don’t want to articulate them to you but rather because I’ve already tried several times and failed rather spectacularly.

I left Denver pretty much the day my commitment to the community college where I was teaching ended. I packed up my car full of all my earthly possessions, and for the third time in two and a half years, started driving to new goals and a new life (same as the old one).

I hesitated in doing so; I moved back after September 11th, and very much spent several years trying to figure things out and not doing a very good job of it.

This time, though, the difference is: I have a plan.

And yes, I realize plans are the surest way to inspire God to laugh at you, but I’ve got high hopes for this one.

I just applied to NYU, you see. I’ve realized that I love teaching and wish to continue to do so, but I’d like to teach more than just composition and writing. So I’m going for another Master’s degree, this time in literature with a concentration in writing, and then I’m hoping to go on to earn my PhD, which I also hope to do at NYU. So far, I’m cautiously optimistic; I want this in a different way than I’ve wanted some other things recently, and I executed it quite deliberately.

Plus: I really want to go. In the same way that I wanted to go to USC.

Anyway, that’s what I’m doing. And I figured with all the new changes, it was the ideal time to move to my new digs. Which are pretty much the same as the old ones to you. But really, the old blog was actually hosted at WordPress, even though it looked like it was on my website, mainly because I didn’t know enough about hosting and the web stuff to initially set it all up the way I had wanted it.

Now it is. This is actually

I dropped the “blog” in front, because: well, yeah. Also because it’s me in the world, and part of me in the world is my writing, and I figure it’s logical the online extension of my writing would include my blog. And my photography, which I’ll be posting here intermittently and sporadically, like I never kept up with over there.

Regardless, here I am. Glad to see you. I’m suitably refreshed and looking forward to more, and I hope you’re having a terrific holiday season so far.

I am.

Because I’m home.

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  1. As always, I’m glad to see you too.

    It’s good to be home, yes?

    I just packed up and moved really far away from everyone and everything I knew but I told Ben I’m home because he came with me.

    I’m not so sure that’s true but I’m working on it…

    He does feel like home but where we’re living doesn’t.

    Does that make sense?

    (But for you)

    Welcome home. πŸ™‚


  2. Good luck with everything, and good luck with the new blog. Working on your own set up can be tricky at times, but a lot of fun. Which goes for almost everything, thinking about it.

  3. Wait.

    I thought you weren’t coming back till later. You are a tricky one my friend πŸ™‚

    Since we’re on the same coast again, I do believe you owe me a visit πŸ˜›

    I hope everything works out for you darling. You know that I am always here for you.

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