18 August, 2015

A New Blog

I haven't been this excited about sharing news with you, my readers, for a while.

In my last post, I raised the idea of starting a new site to focus on my college experiences. I decided to go along with that idea, and that site is now live! Please feel free to stop by, and let me know if you have any thoughts about the content, design, or anything, really. I love feedback!


Adventures and Escapades




That being said (or, rather, presented to you as a large heading), I will still post here, on The Eagle's Aerial Perspective, to keep it alive and to share ideas that might be too unrelated to the new blog. Hope you will all drop by either blog from time to time!

And now I must go read some of your blogs, something I haven't done in far too long. If you've commented recently, I should be visiting your website soon!


-----The Golden Eagle

01 August, 2015

A Potential New Beginning!



Hello blogosphere!

I hope you've all been doing well and have been enjoying your summer.

It's been a (very) long time since I posted on here, and an even longer time since I talked with any of you guys. Sometimes I wonder if I should go on permanent hiatus and leave this website here as an archive of the years I spent on Blogger, rather than a live site . . . but to be honest, I'm really not sure I want to. I may have changed since I created it (definitely changed, actually) and I may be about to start up a new chapter in my life (college awaits in the fall! Only four weeks until move-in day), yet I remain quite attached to this blog, despite the fact I've posted five times in the past two years and I'd like to revamp some of the elements of The Eagle's Aerial Perspective.

I've been thinking about what I want to do. Remain in the blogosphere but create an all-new blog? Keep posting here? At the heart of the issue is whether I think I have the time and the will to blog in college--I'd love to chronicle my experiences, if even a post or two a month, since my school is relatively close to one of the largest US cities and I'm hoping to have some neat adventures. (Plus normal college student studying nightmares fun times.)

So the more I thought about it, the more I've decided I like the "new blog" idea. Get a new URL, start a new site for my upcoming years of college, and maybe occasionally update this one so it's not completely dead. Would you any of you be interested in following a new blog of mine? I'm kind of assuming I'm not posting to a total vacuum right now, but then it has been quite a while . . .

But that's enough about me. How have you been? What's been happening in your life over the past few months?


-----The Golden Eagle