Quite the surprise, eh? No new review? No poster? No dumb one-liner at the beginning? No nothing!?!? Well, yeah, because what I’m about to delve into here is a tad bit serious, but nothing too dramatic to the point of where this final post can be considered a swan song of sorts from me. Then again, that’s not up to me; I’ll let you guyses be the judges on that.
Anyway, so if any of you know by now, I’m moving onto a pretty stage in my life that I’ve been looking forward to for quite some time now: Moving away to college. Yes, that day has finally come and sadly, it came pretty quickly. And although I’ve been in college for the past two years, but with it being community college, I’m pretty sure anybody can tell you that it’s nearly as serious as it is with a university. But that’s where I’m at now and believe it or not, I’m very happy.
However, the one downside to moving on with one part of your life, usually means that another one has to be settled down for quite some time and that’s what brings me to this blog here, my adopted infant for the past five or so years. By that, I don’t mean that I’ll stop writing reviews for ever and ever until the end of time; in fact, I’ll continue to be doing that. It may be on different sites, or in different fronts, but I’ll always write reviews and for the most part, continue to post the links onto this here.
So for now, yes, DTMMR will mostly be kept as a living body of my work from now on, but that doesn’t mean I won’t be updating it from time to time. I’m a writer through and through, so whenever I get the creative juices flowing and the feeling in the pit of my stomach, I might just knock out two, three, or what have you, reviews! The reviews just won’t be nearly as constant as they were before, nor will they will find any nifty way of tying into some sort of thread (if you haven’t been able to notice any patterns by now). So yeah, the reviews will be more random (both new and old releases) but they’ll still be up and ready for each and everyone of you to read, comment on and hopefully be able to sway you into seeing something.
And as for all of you, well, I’m very thankful for all that you have been doing for me since the day I started. As I’ve said before, this isn’t the dying days of DTMMR, in fact, not even close. This is just a stepping-stone for the next part of my life where I can (hopefully) making something of a career I’ve been so dedicated to for the past five-six years. So until I’m gone and out doing my own thing, I’ll save the big goodbye speech until then. As for now, I’m not really going anywhere, which means you shouldn’t either!
As always, keep on writing and watching, people.
P.S. I am going away to school at Temple University, so if any of you are, for whatever reason, around that “wonderful” area that is North Philly, hit a guy up!