Most of you are probably aware of the fact that I haven’t been as visible on the blog lately as I used to in the past. Fortunately, Adam, our resident guest blogger filled the gap very nicely, and for that I would like to offer him my heartfelt “thank you”.
You see, my personal and professional lives have got busy. Very busy. Extremely busy. Between my regular work and an avalanche of personal stuff that was happening, the time I could devote to the Polish Blog was very limited. And I do apologize for that.
And as most you are probably aware, this is my last entry on the Polish Blog. After almost two years of writing it (whoa! has it been THAT long?), I think it’s time for fresh new voices and fresh new faces to lead you into the joys of Polish language, culture, history and everything in between. Reading only Anna’s posts for such a long time provided you with only a very limited insight into all things Polish – Anna’s insight, which needless to say, is frequently very biased and far from objective.
Writing this blog has been a tremendous pleasure for me. And I hope it was equally pleasant for you to read. While preparing these blog posts, I’ve learned more about our wonderful language than I ever thought possible. But most importantly, I’ve come to realize the difference between having knowledge and transferring this knowledge to others. That is something that few native speakers of any language understand and appreciate. For that alone, I will be forever in your debt, my dear readers.
But please, don’t worry, I am not abandoning you completely. I will be checking in from time to time to see how things are going over here, though I am certain you will be in good hands.
So I won’t say “Goodbye” or “Farewell”, but simply “See you!” – Do zobaczenia!
Thank you for your comments, your support and for the best two years of blogging ever.
PS. And if you’re curious about what a Pole is doing in the Far East, feel free to visit my personal blog.