21 July 2012
Four Years of Daybreak
It's been 4 years already? Even I haven't noticed it until recently!
To the new visitors, I welcome you and thank you for stopping by.
To the returning readers, I thank you for coming back to my humble blog.
A lot of things have happened this year, especially in the recent months, which makes me having a hard time catching up with all sorts of things here and there, be it hobby or things in life. I actually miss my blog's anniversary day as it occurred over the Dollism Plus weekend, when I met a number of doll hobbyists, with some from overseas for a gathering. It was a very busy weekend, and I even felt a little overwhelmed by it too, which made me forgot about the anniversary in the first place.
Four years is sure no short period of time, especially for personal blogging. I look back at the older posts I've written up (for nostalgic reasons, or tracing them back for reference) and I was surprised that some of them were posted older than I have thought.
Military, Gundam, bishoujo, and now even into dolls (what?!), I sure have my hands on various hobbies these days. What's more, it's not easy to keep up with all of them at the same time! The backlogs continue to build up as I write. @_@ With those on top of blogging, which can be quite time consuming, it's not surprising that I take a long time to blog or to leave comments orz.
Despite the way how things look like an uphill journey here, blogging about your hobby is an enjoyable process, where you share out what you enjoy or your opinions out to people with common interests, and they share them back to each other. Aside from blogs, other forms of medium include twitter and tumblr are becoming more popular as an alternative these days too. Sure, not everything will go smooth and calmly, as we all have our own ways and opinions, of which they may clash with those who do not share the same motives or thoughts. Nevertheless, hobby is something to enjoy with, so I tend to look on the positive side as much as possible.
For closing words, I want to thank everyone who support me in the blogosphere all these time, along with those I met via other places. I really appreciate and value the comments, emails, tweets, or the times we meet up in person all these times!