After a long hiatus of posts, I would like to formally extend a sincere apology. It has been quite a year. A few weeks ago, I finished my fifth marathon, completed my second-to-last semester at Burlington County College, and changed locations at my current job. In light of all of this celebration, I thought it would be appropriate to turn back the clock and experience my favorite story and application (Zombies, Run!) again.
Yesterday, I ran the very first mission, which starts off the story of Runner 5 and Abel Township during the zombie apocalypse. It was exciting, re-imagining the beginnings of the story that has consumed by whole running life.
In the real world, I just finished gathering gifts, wrapping them up, and writing cards for all of my friends and family. It will surely be a great Christmas season this year.
If you know me, you are probably a little confused. An atheist celebrating the Christmas holidays? I will acknowledge that, although it is a little strange, it is not uncommon. Winter festivities are not just the celebrations of one religion. In fact, it originates from Pagan traditions, a fact that most Christians are surprised to learn.
I like giving gifts to others at the end of the year. As a creative person, it helps me organize and create boxes that celebrate all of the different personalities of my friends and family. And bring some laughter for the odd, small gifts within each gift box.
I will be back to writing shortly, especially as Runner 5, going back in time to relive Abel Township, New Canton, and Dr. Van Ark. Until next time, goodbye!