1 : not genuine, intentionally untrue; as coined by two silly Spaniards.
2: what I've been lately in regard to posting daily.
I know I've failed miserably. I really need to work on that. I was going to apologize and then immediately follow with some kind of excuse like "Every day is the same, I go to work, die a little bit from boredom, come home, blah blah blah..." Basically, most days I really don't have much to say. And even when I have, like in the case of Megan and Evan's going buh-bye party, I either lack the requisite photographic goodies, or can't seem to elaborate beyond "This happened." I find myself continuously having to reinvent my intentions with this blog. Who care's if I post a random paragraph about nothing? Nobody's critiquing, right? So from now on I'm going to be more adamant about dumping my day-to-day life on you, from the most amusing anecdotes to my most pointless musings. It's no time hold back!
Part of realising my goal of posting more frequently is going to involve blogging from work, which I just so happen to be doing right now. My theory is that if I let my non-work activities accumulate just gradually enough, by the time people notice I'm not doing anything productive it will be too close to the end for anyone to care. Here's a piece of advice: never put in your notice of resignation five weeks in advance.
Unfortunately, this wholehearted pledge comes just a few days before I go on my last great American road trip (for a long while). I'll be heading up to Wisconsin to visit one of my best friends from college, and then heading down to Chicago for a farewell weekend of fun with my cousin, Shelly.
I will resume with the blog as soon as I get back, hopefully with many photos and stories to share. I will be posting from work yet again, as I'm going to be (DUN DUN DUUUUNNNNN) without internet. Yes, Megan and Evan will be taking their modem with them, and along with it my only link to the outside world. Visits to friends' houses will be abundant, I imagine, as well as marathons of the movies that I haven't yet shipped to Spain. Still, I don't really think I have a grasp on what I'm in for. We all know how devastating the lack of internet can be: