It's been way too long since I posted something to my blog - and I am WELL overdue... The last remaining months of 2016 have been hectic and crazy work and personal life wise, and I am slowly readjusting to a normal schedule and lifestyle.
I hope to be a bit more active on the blog with YA issues and mental health / autism awareness / life as an Aspie as time goes. I've got a few things up my virtual sleeve so to say.
I guess one step at a time - I'm still relatively new at this blogging thing :-P
It's currently 3:09am and the President of the United States of America has been elected. I'm beyond speechless. All I can offer are virtual hugs and a lending ear to any of my readers who require it. That I promise.
In a few short hours I am off to the hospital for an MRI due to constant jaw pain on my right side. Hopefully it is nothing serious. I vow to update as soon as I get results.
See you on the flip side,
Always and forever, The Baron.
I thought I'd drift off a bit from the book blogging for a session..
I've moved around a few times and finally realised what it finally feels to be in an area where I can proudly say I can set my feet and call "home".
Moving across New Brunswick first for University then for work turned out like an extension of moving well.. same old, same old.
I learned that I am not a huge city person, I never got adjusted well to Ottawa because it's too political and reminded me A LOT about Fredericton, NB (my university town.)
Windsor, ON has its charms but I found it way too sleepy and boring for my taste. It also did not help that I lived in a small community 45 minutes away and had to commute for work almost daily. That really did not help for my social life.
Moving forward to Kitchener, ON, as soon as I settled here I felt that home town feel. I'm close enough to the Toronto area without going overly crazy, my commute to work is pretty much a laugh - I am close to ALL amenities. I really cannot complain on that end.
I've been here since April and I feel like I am home. I think it's one of those cities where I can lay some roots. I'm meeting friends and having a great time growing my network in the autism community and in the book / authorship community and these are opportunities that I would have had a hard time to acquire living in a smaller market in New Brunswick.
Don't get me wrong, I'll never forget my roots and where I am from, but even going to this day - I still do not regret my actions and am thankful for the opportunity I am given.