There’s Something to Be Said About Revisiting Dormant Blogs

Been a looooooooong while since I was last on here.

Just downloaded the WordPress app back into my phone, curious as to how the app and site has changed. Other than the slight change in appearance, much of it has stayed the same.

Which isn’t a bad thing.

As for life in general, I’m still in the theater game. Not in the big leagues, but I’ve added multiple credits to my resume over the past year, and it feels good. I plan to add more before I move on to (hopefully) bigger and better things.

But recently, I’ve been going through a mental slump. More like a depressive stint over a week’s time. As a result, I’m abstaining from attending an event later on today so I’m not a wallflower or Debbie Downer to the group of friends I’ve cultivated over the years.

I could take about writing and how much I’ve been thinking about getting back into it, but my best bet would be to just do it. Talking about it isn’t necessarily doing any writing. Hell, writing this blog right now is writing.

If I’ve learned anything during this depressive slump, it’s that:

  • If I want something done, I might as well do it myself; you can’t always rely on others to do stuff for you in a timely manner
  • If you plan on doing something, go ahead and start it instead of thinking or talking about it so much. As nice as it sounds in your head or talking about it, it’s not getting done unless you’re actually doing something.

In the meantime, I’ve got theater work lined up for the next couple of months, starting in a week from Monday. I’ll have time to plan and gather what I need to move forward from there.

Hope you all are well and taking care of yourselves and one another. Have a great weekend!


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