It’s a funny thing. Six months ago, I was in lock-down mode in Manhattan. Everything had come to a halt, no personal interactions (except with my little bundle of joy), online classes for the rest of the term, and no end in sight.

No, I’ve relocated, just moved into my own apartment (yeah!!!) see old friends again, go out, have fun, and on top, I’m started a new job!!! I almost wished I could have taken it a bit more slowly, having some time to move before starting a job, but such is life. When it rains, it pours. It’s all good though.

I won’t go too much into my personal life, I don’t want to jinx it. Who knows, maybe someone is just messing with my mind and I’m thinking all these things are happening. I believe it when I get my first paycheck (or rather deposit…).

So, this is kind of a weird time for my blog. I haven’t had much time lately to post anything, or keep up with others. That’ll probably last for a little while.

And then I have to think about what I want to do with my blog. I started it more as an additional platform for the series of books that I had written. (Yes, they are still available on Amazon!!). Right now, though, the thought of writing more is too overwhelming.

In any case, the blog then turned really much more into a personal outlet. I thought my life had changed when I moved to New York and I wanted to share some of my experiences. I got involved in a couple of amazing memes, met amazing people, and even got an Award!!!!! The feedback was really amazing and incredibly encouraging.

The more I wrote, the more I opened up about myself. Not that I’m not guarding my privacy, but emotionally, I became much more open. In many ways, this became my companion while I went though the ups and downs of trying to forge relationships, prepared for becoming a family, and then being hit by a global pandemic.

I honestly don’t know what I would have done without this blog – it became so much more than I had ever imagined. Every comment was a way to connect with people. Every post was a way to share what’s on my mind. I just regret that I didn’t have nearly enough time to read what others are up to, their posts about life, how they handle the pandemic.

There were a few that I managed to follow regularly, at least I tried. But I still feel that the entire community here gave me so much more than I was able to give back in return.

This all may sound like I’m closing down this blog – I’m not!!!!

I’m just sharing what’s going on, and why I have been rather absent in the past weeks. Life is crazy, in a good way, and my blog is my place to talk about personal aspects, how I feel, have some fun, or just share some of my experiences. That takes some calm or at least some time to think about what’s going on. Right now, I’m just trying to keep up with all the changes in my life.

I’ll get to post more regularly, and I still haven’t written about my new relationships (sort of), amazing kinky experiences, and so much more.

So, for now, I’ll just leave you with one of my recent pictures when the weather was still nice. I (we) love to go outdoors, get fresh air, see the Zoo, the Tiergarten, and just be happy.

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