Another year comes to an end. A year full of challenges on a global scale, as well as on personal levels. Hopefully, everyone was able to manage all that came her or his way.
I took a year of absence from pretty much all of social media, one exception was the one or other post on Twitter. The year gave me a chance to evaluate what I want to do with this blog, and with all the other projects I am involved in. I came to the conclusion that I will keep all my blogs alive; this one included. Surely not in the way it has been over the course of the past years.
Hawaii-Five-0 is over, but, for me, it will never be forgotten. I spent a decade of my life with it; I invested a lot of time into it. And I enjoyed every minute of it! I met some amazing people through it. Something I will forever be thankful for.
This blog will turn into a blog for many different things; TV related for sure, maybe movie or actor related as well. But a part will also be dedicated to more real things, like cooking tips, sewing, reading, travel and all that comes to mind.
Many might find this not very interesting, but that’s OK. There are millions of blogs out there, and I for one, am doing this mostly because I do enjoy doing it. That is one thing I figured out during my year of absence. I truly missed investing time into research, putting thoughts into words.
Creating something, no matter if it is a story, or a piece of art, or a simple post about something that caught my eye, is a process that fills me with joy. And hopefully, at times others will enjoy it as well.
Hard to believe, but the only post on this blog this year was the Christmas message from last year.
Not only is the Truth out there (and the older ones among us will get this reference), no, also life other than of a fandom is out there, too.
So, to everyone, enjoy life as best as you can. Stay healthy, do everything in your power to keep everyone healthy as well. Live your life to the fullest. You never know if today will be your last one. See that as a chance to take as much in as you can. See it as a chance to give as much kindness and love as you can.
I wish you all a wonderful new year. May there be less challenging times ahead of you.