If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may remember that I moved to Portland for grad school. It has been simmer for about two years, and now I’m finally ready to turn off the crock pot and dish out some fun. In that sense, I am imagining a renewed interest in blogging. To be honest, in the past several months, I don’t feel like i’ve really had much to say, so I’ve stayed silent. But now, like a prism scattering light, my mental energies will be directed in a thousand new directions (interesting ones).
So perhaps I’ll have things to say, and perhaps you’ll read them.
To bring you up to speed: For the next 3 months, I will be taking pre-requisite classes as a crash course in business jargon and financial what-not. As a humble elementary school teacher, this is mostly new territory. Then begining this September, I will start a very intense 15-month 75-credit Master’s of International Management. at Portland State University. One of the highlights will be learning Chinese. Since I love learning languages so much, that will likely be a running theme here. Also, the degree really focuses on Asia, which I think is a neat place, so I might write about various goings-on in that part of the world.