Well well well. It’s been a solid 7 months since I last posted to The Electric Oracle; for that I am very sorry. I doubt anyone was too heartbroken about my absence, but lack of consistency is irritating.
If you’ve been following me on social media, you’ll have seen that (a) I’m far more active on Twitter and Instagram than anywhere else, (b) I do still make YouTube videos occasionally, and (c) photography is my main interest right now. I absolutely love photography; I’m pretty definite it’s what I want to pursue in the future. I’m still not sure if I want to be a photographer, per se, but I know it’s the field I want to work in. You can follow my efforts at http://www.instagram.com/clodafoto.
Enough about me! How are all of you? I really hope you’re happy and healthy as can be. Do leave a comment down below, I’d love to hear from you.
I may or may not do a few more written posts on here over the coming weeks; photography really is my main focus right now. No promises, but I’m not saying no to anything either.
Thanks for reading this (arguably unnecessary) ramble!
Would you believe it, the snow has returned to Ireland! This happens so rarely that I had to document it.
This period of time also marks the beginning of the end of my college career; perhaps the title ‘melting mazes’ has a double meaning. I hope that this is the end of so much confusion, doubt and entrapment. I didn’t enjoy my chosen degree at all.
I know that leaving college will probably bring even more uncertainty my way, but let’s cross that bridge when we come to it…
And, of course, happy belated St. Patrick’s Day! Or as we say in the Irish language, ‘Lá ‘le Pádraig sona daoibh’ (law leh paw-drig sun-ah deev).
As you may or may not have noticed, I haven’t posted on The Electric Oracle for two weeks. Two weeks! I think that’s my longest break thus far. I’m very very sorry, but I’ve been incredibly busy with college / uni, mainly to do with my dissertation. I’ve also been doing other bits and pieces on the side; I’ve been helping out on an Irish language and culture-based podcast called ‘Motherfoclóir’, and I’ve been preparing for Christmas.
Realistically, I won’t be posting as much on The Electric Oracle between now and Christmas, much and all as I would love to. But I deplore the idea of churning out posts for the sake of a posting schedule; if something isn’t up to par, I won’t put it out.
In the meantime, you can watch my latest video for The Electric Oracle here, you can find Motherfoclóir wherever podcasts can be found (iTunes, that little podcast button on your iPhone, and this link right here), and you can pray that I make progress with this dissertation!