|this piece is titled 'girl of autumn'|
this has nothing to do with the post but I thought it's something to look at if you do not like reading
I've started sending out emails for a new Q&A series which I will post on this blog. This new series is my way of getting to know some of my fellow bloggers without actually meeting them in person.
Normally, I wouldn't do this. In person, I would never dare to even ask a single question unless I am really encouraged to do so. But as I prepared emails after emails, I was still in the process of going against myself and cancel the whole thing but somehow, I sent out that first email without much thinking and even as I regretted it a little, I was happy that I've done it. There is the 50/50 chance of someone saying 'no' but there is also the 50/50 chance of someone saying 'yes'.
There was once a story that read in which John Lennon visited a Yoko Ono show. In one of the installation, you walk up to a ladder and there is a word on the ceiling. The word is 'yes.' And some said that was what make Lennon fell in love with Ono. Well, I don't know if that is true but the reference to the installation was something I still remember. I thought that was the most positive thing that I have read and I wished I had been there to see that word.
So, 'yes', this is the most daring that I can get. Of cause, it really is easier not being able to see people's faces as they read my request. Answering 20 questions is kind of time consuming so I am very grateful for those who said yes. Thank you for saying 'yes'.
Also, I have updated my introduction/hello page. There's still no picture but then again, there probably will never be one. I really do not want to find myself on the net.
And if you are reading this directly from the blog, you can see that I've changed the look of the blog just a little bit. It is now more of a minty palette. I used to have a blog with this minty palette and I loved it and so now, here's another. I hope you like it.
P.S., if you get a long email from me, please read it or at least read the first few sentences and maybe the last few ones as well. Hope you all have a lovely day.