Hi there folks. I’ve been sitting around for hours now trying to summon the energy to start summing up the most important 6 months of my life so far for your reading pleasure. And in these hours it’s occurred to me that I just can’t do it.
There are so many things that happened to me. So many stories that I’m aching to tell you. But some things can never be. Those months were my own, and mine alone. Even if I could somehow harness language and memory well enough to retell everything it would be for naught. Already trying to tell stories to friends and family is frustrating me. I can’t do them justice. People can’t understand. It doesn’t get me down though. It’s just the way of things for the weary traveller.
So I thought about posting about my favourite cities, or telling some of the memorable moments, but I get the feeling it’d be too banal. This blog has always been about me going with how I’m feeling above all else, and I feel that now’s the time to say goodbye. So I’ll keep this short.
To the readers out there, thank you for reading. It means a lot more to me than I’d care to admit that there are people out there perusing my humble collection of words.
To my family and friends from home, thanks for supporting me through the tough times. Thanks for taking my skype calls and responding to my emails, and helping me get through the ice and rain.
To the friends I met on my travels, thankyou for making my trip that little bit more interesting and for being yourselves. Many of you were so different to me, and I loved meeting you and seeing a different side of the coin. I hope we can keep in contact.
A million more things need to be said. Another million don’t. Thanks again everyone. This is the end of Magazine Theory, but I’m sure another few blogs are on the horizon soon, knowing me.
Take care now,