I am stuck on what to do with this blog. Since 2016 since I last posted something that is for me worth reading I have literally changed course over the years forgetting what is like to write poems, more so on how to blog.
This is due to my line of work, which is mind-exhausting, working as a government employee. I have missed the days when I am left on my own devices and with a stable internet connection that does not say “website cannot load”. After typhoon Ursula, Globe services became worst and Smart does not offer good service either so instead of staying online and having a mental meltdown I decided to forgo online stuff after that.
However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, community quarantines, and the need for my work to work online more often, despite the inconvenience of staying late at night because I cannot use the internet at home during the day, I managed to slowly revived the LGU website and used it to received and send notices for travel passes and notice of coordinations for Lezo residents to use when they want to go home to Lezo or travel outside of Aklan.
This domain has been lying around unused for a while. I don’t have interest in linking my name with dot com on it to make money interest yet, since I have two or more domains that can do that trick, I decided to revive this blog as a means of serving it as an online diary.
Luckily there’s a web archive that helps me retrieve some of the lost posts that I made way back to easily fill the pages of the blog for search engine consumptions. I don’t know if people would like to read some of my stuff in my activist, journalist years, and my no-direction ramblings but I would highly appreciate it if someone reads and comment a line or two.
Now, I promised again to write something here that may be worth reading. It’s just a matter of focus that I need to learn again. nothing pops up for the moment on what the direction of this blog would take, but I would just try to update this once in a while depending on the mood, and let’s see what direction it would take.
Again, thank you for visiting Across the Line, inspired by Tracy Chapman’s song, and my endless quest of finding myself heard in cyberspace.