A lot has changed since the last post on Over the Dinner Table. The United States has a new president; millions have marched around the world; and Over the Dinner Table headquarters (i.e. where I live) have changed. February is hardly over, and already the year feels like it has lasted ages. Perhaps many would agree that this has been an exhausting year - even though it is so young.
As I mentioned earlier, I have moved. This is my first venture into living without my parents and on my own. The freshness of yesterday's move (yes, it's that recent!) lingers, and the quietness of the apartment, coupled by the loudness of the building, creates a twilight effect. In this dawn, I can feel the shifts of life and inside something whispers: everything is about to change. Perhaps that is the hopeful nature of "new beginnings". But regardless of the grandness of the changes, they are changes nevertheless. So here's what to expect for Over the Dinner Table:
With the reduced commute, I will have more time to create content for the site. I'm going to explore various types of content - from video, to short stories. I will also write about my journey of moving out and living on my own. Living in a big city like Chicago should be an interesting adventure all of its own. Expect some content about places to visit and more!
These are new times, so please be patient with me as I go through this!