So life just hit me like a ton of bricks, hence why I haven’t been posting recently. And these aren’t your regular house bricks, I mean those huge concrete ones they use to build schools these days. So yeah, writing has been the last thing on my mind as of recent, and only now have I regained the urge to do write.
It’s nothing I’m gonna talk about. Not only do I not want to even remotely think about it, but the issue has been resolved and there’s no point continuing to dwell on it. After all it only makes sense to look in the direction my life is going, not the path my footprints are already stained on.
Naturally, with the past four days of my life being taken up completely, I really have nothing else interesting to tell. I just thought I’d use this is my way of apologising for neglecting this and to dismiss any concerns. I’m not going to stop doing this, so long as it still interests me. Which it does.
It’s been a while since I took a trip to the spooky side of the planet. No, not the outdoors. Went to a friend’s house and we stuck on some creepy video game… videos. Walked home in the darkness and the paranoia felt great. Made me wanna check every corner I turned.
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Was considering writing yesterday night when I got back, but I was very tired. Wanted to sleep on an actual bed. in a house with central heating, rather than an airbed in a tent. Was great to be behind brick walls again.
We had a fun time though, most fun I’ve had in a short while. Time away from my PC was just what I needed… even though I’m now glued to it again. Save me.
But then again, not much beats a short walk on the beach every night, the occasional swim in the water when it doesn’t freeze you to your bones. It was cold, windy and humid, but I liked it. The sun setting over the crimson sea that stretched out to the horizon as far as the eye could see was somewhat breath-taking. You get an entirely different feel than from Google images.
Tell you what is strange though; It’s strange to think that when you sit on the sand, staring out just above the ocean, you’re staring at another coastline that you can’t see. And it’s likely that someone on that coastline is glaring right back at you, perhaps even waving in the wind… and you’d never know about it.
Pull up a map, and the countries don’t look too far apart. So it’s kinda crazy to stare up from that map and see just how much of a difference the 1cm : 5km ratio makes.