Monday, August 6, 2012

Leaving for College (and What This Means for the Blog)

Next week, I'll be leaving to attend the University of Oklahoma. This will be my first time attending college full-time and in residence, which means there's almost certainly going to be a lot going on the first couple of weeks as I get used to my new living and studying arrangements. There's been a lot going on just getting ready for the impending move, which is part of the reason I haven't been posting very much recently.

Whether this trend will continue or not is something I just don't know yet. Hopefully once I've been there a few weeks, I'll find I have both the time and energy for blogging. But even if I don't get the chance to write many new posts during the school year, rest assured that Screen Ramblings isn't going away any time soon. It could be that it will transform into a summer-only blog, with perhaps a few additional posts over spring, Thanksgiving, and winter breaks. Hopefully not. But at this point, who knows?

In the meantime, you can continue to find my Dick Van Dyke posts over at This Was Television, and be sure to check back here occasionally to see what's going on. And as always, be sure and check Twitter for my latest thoughts on TV and movies.

That's about it. See you later!


  1. 1) Holy shit! You're 18!
    I mean, the way you right and stuff made me thing you were like, older.

    2)You have a bigger knowledge on film and tv than I do, which I think is cool, but now that I know you're younger than me, I'm emberassed.

    3) As a junior in college, let me tell you, you're going to have a blast in college. It'll be weird to not read your stuff, but hey, I'll wait.

  2. Thank you! You have no idea how much I appreciate this comment, and all of your comments over the past few years.

    Hope you're right about college. I'm definitely excited, and I really don't think I'm going to be that much busier than I have been during the last three or four years. So I'll probably be able to squeeze in a few posts and reviews here and there. Just mentioning the possibility that I could be wrong about this.