Not only do we only have 65 days left in 2011, but this blog only has 200 days left of existence. That’s cray.
It couldn’t have happened on a more appropriate day, either. Got a big shot of publicity from my boss/apparent adopted father, midterms just ended, and this picture of me at my highest/lowest point finishing an article was sent out to about 60 of my closest compadres:
While this is all well and good, it’s also important to note that over the past week or so (directly correlated with midterms), I’ve fallen off a bit. Actually, pretty hard. Luckily, 100% of the people closest to me will always let me know when I’m aggressively slipping. It’s good though. To quote St. Aubrey:
“I had someone tell me I fell off, oh I needed that” – Drizzy, “Headlines”
It’s true. I genuinely needed that. I’m not trying to limp to 500. Not one bit.
Tomorrow marks the rejuvenation of this blog and I’m pretty excited to watch it succeed while my other obligations continue to crumble. Wouldn’t have it any other way. I’m talking:
Posts About Frederick Douglass
Lists on Lists
Interviews of People I Admire
Pictures of my Mom
Homework Assignments Completed in Microsoft Paint
and much, much more…
The continued support is ever appreciated. If you weren’t reading, I’d still be writing, but it’d be much worse.
Wrote about T.I.’s new book today for Grantland. It’s unbelievable (the book, not the review). Read here.