But I love reading about the personal lives of people I've never met! You are one of my favorite internet strangers. *sad*
Well, lucky for you I like sharing my personal life with people I've never met. And you're one of my favorite internet strangers, too, Anonymous. You jinjjah are.
I've just felt myself hesitating, lately, from being like, "So today, fourteen students tried to talk to me about porn and I tripped over an ajumma on my walk home," because I feel like suddenly people are expecting more out of this blog. And I sort of like that expectation. But I also don't want to feel limited in what I was doing before.
I also feel like a large portion of what I've been writing lately is hugely boring to the people who started reading this blog in the very beginning, who don't live in the ROK, are not teachers, and don't give a crap about anything related to any of that.
So the only solution I can think of is to make a split, and move that kind of nonsense over here. I'm not exactly sure how I'll decide what goes where yet, and rest assured that this blog will stay very personal. I'm not about to go all news article writing 101 on you or anything in this blog. My style is to write from my own perspective, and I've always found it easier to make my points by using my own experiences to illustrate them. I just felt the need for somewhat of a divide. I'll work it out as I go.
Thanks for reading, guys. The truth is, you're all my very favorite strangers.