Tuesday, 16 December 2008

A sudden urge of inspiration

I have been pretty slack with my blog lately, largely due the science journalism taking up my writing time. I’m about six months into the journalism and so far it has been greatly rewarding and so enjoyable. I have met so many new people and learnt about many disciplines of research and science going on in Western Australia, which I would never have encountered otherwise.
But back to the blog…Over the past couple of weeks my inspiration for my blog has been slowly accumulating so with great gusto I decided to stop beating around the proverbial bush (I’ll throw a shoe at it instead LOL) and just write something to get the ball rolling. So, I hope this is the start I need. Unfortunately an unavoidable hurdle lies in the way which means I won’t be able to write again until the new year. Hopefully this won’t stop the blog-ball rolling and I will be able to come back in 2009 with built-up enthusiasm for science. On that note, I would like to wish all my readers (a grand total of 2, if that LOL) a lovely Christmas and a safe new year.
PS: I have updated my blog roll with a couple of exciting blogs so please check them out.


Humpty Dumpty said...


Im a fellow voguette and just checking out your blog. Im currently studying science at uni and I think your blog has some interesting facts. =)

Keep it up.

RocketGirl said...

Hehe some of us are silent readers ;)
I must get better at commenting...

I have been wondering what your PhD is on...I did try to figure it out a while ago, but couldn't find that info (probably just my inadequate research skills, which is somewhat ironic ;) )

RocketGirl said...

PS thanks for adding my blog to your list :) :)

The Afro Scientress said...

Humpty Dumpty, thank you for your kind comment. It's very ecouraging when people leave positive comments on your blog. It also motivates you to write more :)

Rocketgirl, i'm also wondering what my PhD is on HAHAHA :) I had one of those days days today where i felt like throwing it all in and where i realised that months and months of lab work may not be publishable (*sigh*). But, tomorrow is another day. Hope your PhD is treating you better than mine.

insurgelicious said...

Welcome back :-)