Here I am, banging on the keyboard at 9 p.m. having just finished a feature article for eSports Inquirer and watching another Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) match here at school, in front of a computer at a nameless lab in one of Turkey’s best universities. I’m about to sign off, but I could not get off the thoughts that I have in my head.
The weather is a bit cool and windy; after all, it is the middle of spring here in Ankara. It is nice to feel that one has accomplished something in a single day.
Be it (celebrating? was that even a celebration? that was something like a rabbit pulled out of the hat!) spending time on someone’s “advanced” birthday (I’ll be honest, I needed to pull off a couple of shenanigans for this one), pulling off a great feature article (finally after freaking weeks of being dry of ideas and penning mediocre write-ups), getting another chance to promote the blog (any views are welcome and much appreciated!), just having a better bill of health (seems one week’s the charm, I guess), I believe that I have done so much today that I have absolutely no idea on what I should say about these turn of events, but it seems that I am still feeling dizzy from the number of stuff that have happened all in a single day.
I am thankful that they are all good surprises, even though it involved acting like a madman for a good part of the day. I am still having a hard time fathoming the fact that I was able to survive a sudden shift of gear (it was not easy); the morning actually started really passively as I just wanted to take it slow and easy!
I guess I should just get a bar of chocolate, a bottle of iced tea, sit back and relax, while I let myself a little smile for all of today’s events* :)
*Even though I know very well that it will be very hard to shut down my fired-up nerves :D