Hahhaaaa...yeah, im cheering for myself and to myself....i simply CAN'T believe it that ive gone through an entire week without an update....7 days no cards....this is definitely the longest streak ive had without posting anything and to be honest i dont like it....a single bit!
But due to circumstances and all, i had some work overload...well, it wasnt THAT much of an overload as it was annoying and it took me much more time to finish it than initially planned and as well, whenever i thought of making an update, i had this feeling of guilt inside me, telling me that its no time for updates and that i should finish what i need to finish first and then do this...and see where that led me...
I really really truly hope this wont happen again, coz the more i put it behind, the harded it gets to get down to it eventually and i somehow lose track of it....and this is one of the things i simply ENJOY doing and when i dont do it its like im missing something..
well, not that right now i have no tasks to finish...moreover im starting regular classes at work today but i just NEED to make an update...its like a crave coming from the inside...plus i have soooo many cards pending and pending that its a pity to just leave them out like that....
oh...and i have a lot of, LOT OF pending notes and messages i need to send, so if you are reading this and you are expecting something, please, bear it with me! :)
Ok, for starters i have a really really nice official from China...I just love this autumn-scene on it...when i look at it, i just feel the cold air, the smell of autumn, the sound of the wind in the trees, the sound of the leaves under my feet...it just has THE right atmosphere!
It shows a scenery of Kangding, which is a place about 300km from Chengdu (thats where the sender comes from).
Kangding (or Dardo) is the name of a county and a town in the western Sichuan Province.
It is an ethnic Tibetan township located in the historical Tibetan region of Kham.
Kangding is on the Tuo River, a tributary of the Dadu River, 62 miles (100 km) west of Ya'an, and it lies at an elevation of 8,400 feet (2,560 metres) and is situated in a wild mountainous region with a mixed population of Han Chinese and Tibetans.