Monday, January 26, 2009

A New Year, a New Chapter

I hope the new year finds everyone well. Aside from the new year, the new administration, and the economy, I find myself relocated to the City of Seattle where I have begun my transition from engineering to the field of urban planning. Long ago, I decided that my blog was more than a past time and I was dedicated to becoming an integral part of the urbanization movement taking place the world over. I intend to obtain the necessary tools to effect positive changes in the urban environment wherever I end up in the future. Those that know me know that my heart remains in Albuquerque and that I hope to one day play a vital role in shaping the city. Unfortunately, due to my absence, I will be unable to update UrbanABQ as often as I would like. I do, however, intend to relate some of my coursework and revelations to the Duke City. And with that, here's wishing everyone a healthy and prosperous 2009.


Michael said...

I'm glad to hear the new update, esp. considering your last comment to me. :) I'm happy for you. I hope we can hear plenty of stuff from you, even if it's not UrbanABQ-centirc (per se). When I run for Mayor, I hope if I win, you'll consider a place in my administration. :)

Mario said...

Tim, best of luck in your studies. I do hope they lead you back to a leadership role in ABQ. Please continue to share what makes Seattle one of Americas best cities, and how that can be incorporated here.

Tim said...

Thanks gents :)

Michael, I will consider an offer if you promise to do what you can to make the Bulls a better team. If that means relocation to ABQ, so be it.