It’s a marathon. Rather, it’s a marathon-length obstacle course. Rather, it’s a marathon length obstacle course throughout which one must sprint (and jump, climb, dive, bleed, cry, swim, crawl…you get the idea).
They say I’m lucky, and I am. But perspective means everything.
This has been quite a busy 2013:
February: Maui Research
March: Dissertation Qualifying Exam
May: Maui Research
June: Maldives Research
July: Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Research
August: Kahoolawe Research
September: Maui Research
Basically, a lot of this:
Yep, it’s September now, and I’m finally seeing the light at the end of this year’s odyssey.
I haven’t had time to keep up with blogging, or emails, or contacting friends/family, sleeping or breathing regularly. But this time of blissful madness is coming to an end and I, at last, have time to reflect.
I have a ton of adventures to report on, going back over a year ago. These will come piecemeal, as time opens up. I can’t wait to reflect, relive, and enjoy the experiences that have passed. Some say one shouldn’t live in the past; rather, to live in the present. Sometimes, however, one was simply working too hard to enjoy the present, so reflecting on the previous presents via images, videos and stories is quite attractive at the moment…
I did mention that I’m seeing the light, but I still reside deep within the tunnel. So for now, I’ll be mostly dealing with the the present, which remains highly algified (a good thing).
To find out more about Levi’s research check out his blog!