I want to start getting to know y’all more. Seems like I do all the talking on this blog, and despite conversations that develop in the comments or on Twitter, I want to do more to make this blog adorned with a hitchhiking fish more of a place of bonding.
Which brings me to an exciting all-new TMZ blog topic: Silly/Serious.
If you’ve been following me since my blog’s inception last fall, you know my blog is a bit of a mixed bag. On any given day I could talk about the “religion vs. relationship” debate or comment on the irony of a misspelled parking space at the middle school where I used to work.
I’m a silly/serious guy, and that facet certainly bleeds into my blog. But I never like delving too deep into one area over the other on this blog. So it naturally follows I should get to know the silly/serious aspects of you. My dearest readers.
I’d love to ask y’all some Silly/Serious questions fairly often on this blog. So please participate! Yes you, reading in the shadows. Emerge from the darkness and get silly/serious with me.
Let’s kick off Silly/Serious with a relevant question relating to my recently written Korea dilemma. Here are two critical questions for y’all to ponder/answer:
- When I say “Korea,” what’s the very first thing that comes to mind?
- Have you ever traveled out of your country of citizenship/residence? What was the experience like?
I’ll answer first in the comments. Hope to see you there!
(I will see you there, Shadow Man. Or Shadow Woman…)