Saturday, June 15, 2013

The end of an era, or eon, ok maybe an age at best.

When I first started this blog I had just moved to a new town where I didn’t know anyone but my boyfriend. I was taking 17 freshman level undergraduate credits at a new school (five of which were online) and I was not working a job.  Needless to say, this was an outlet for not only being social, but a way to write about my new found love of Geology. Many of the bloggers I followed previous to starting were women in academics, either as professors or graduate students and many posted under pseudonyms.  So, I followed this trend in setting up my blog separate from my personal accounts.  While I wasn’t so busy, it was much easier for me to keep up with semi regular-posting.

In the past two and a half years I have added a second major (chemistry) gained three jobs (tutor, teaching assistant, research assistant) and not to mention a bit of a social life and my blog has been neglected. The one thing I do know is that I still find time to check my personal google+ account and post fairly often. Because of this I have decided to restart the blog engine, so to speak, back on my personal account. I love what I do and don’t feel the need to be anonymous anymore.  So I hope you join me on my new journey at Clasticphile (yeah a little different title, but I still like clastics ;) 

Also, here is a picture of some lazy cats.
I'm touching you, I'm touching you, does this bother you?

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