A year ago, I posted my first entry on this blog. Forty-two entries and a new domain name later, here we are celebrating my blog’s first birthday.
Thank you for all your support and kind words over this past year, and I hope you continue to enjoy reading my posts as much as I enjoy writing them!
Here’s a sneak preview for what to look forward to in the next few weeks (not necessarily in this order):
- A piece about my best friend – who she is, how we met, and why she’s so special to me.
- My nicknames through the past 26 years and how they came about.
- An article about the three types of people you will ever meet in your life, courtesy of a very wise person that I met last week.
- Some musings on what the sum total of our experiences mean (this last one might take a while, and might get nixxed depending on whether I feel I can present something vaguely intelligent about it)
Have a wonderful week ahead, and here’s to another great year! Thanks again!
Image courtesy of Strawberry Sue
As you may have noticed, I have changed the title of my blog from The Wondrous World of Guang Yi’s Mind to Classically Caffeinated Compositions. Why, you may ask? First and foremost, I thought that the first title was boring. When I first created this blog, I needed a title, and that was one of the first titles that came into my brain – it was easy to remember, and it was somewhat descriptive of the theme I wanted going behind the blog. Now, almost a year has passed since I wrote my first introductory post, I wanted a new name that was catchy, more descriptive, reflective of the majority of the content that I write here, and very me.
In the words of the default WordPress post: “Hello, world!”
I have attempted to maintain a blog for quite a number of years. Xanga was the first, followed by Livejournal, followed by Blogger. Each of those flopped on its face for various reasons. I’m going to try my best to maintain this one with my thoughts, quotes, pictures, and links (both interesting and funny).
I hope this serves as a sort of node for my friends in Singapore, Long Island, the UK (soon!), and whatever other countries my friends may hail from in the future.