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A Year of Living Positively -Day 41

I woke up feeling really warm inside and good. I don't know why, except that I got to relax somewhat yesterday and I slept fairly well.

I just reviewed the activity on this blog. I can't fathom why it attracted so many viewers, but the posting of the day before yesterday, that is number 39 on January 21st, attracted about 55 visitors. It seems that there is a surge in the views about every 10 days. Well, whatever the reason for the surges, thanks, readers, for tuning in and following this blog.

I am aware that my alumni association may be following this blog because the association made a call for writers to give notice of their published work and I responded with a list of my published e-books and announced that I was just starting this blog project. Perhaps alumni and association administrators or committee members are looking at my website and blog entries. Whoever is doing it and regardless of the reason, keep it up! Please leave a comment when you have a moment.

Nothing particular to do today, other than to prepare for my departure tomorrow, not that there is much to prepare. Besides, I won't depart until mid-afternoon. Checking the forecasts for Daejeon and Seoul, the weather is to be on the mild side so I don't have to take my heaviest jacket. I'll wear layers, in case. I'm going backpacker style and wearing jeans and sweaters the whole time.

Other than that, I did want to take care of the tax return claim, but the university intranet system is still not working. There has been an extension on the submission deadline, so not to worry. I am thus free to loll about or write or read or study Korean.

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