Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Au Revoir, Kookiejar

On my return to the blogosphere last night, after a three weeks absence, I was shocked to learn that my blogfriend Kookiejar has decided to retire her blog, A Fraternity of Dreamers. She's been a good and entertaining blogfriend, and her almost daily presence on the internets will be missed. Best wishes, Kookie, in all your future endeavors, and enjoy life after forty!

5 comments:

Shan said...

Isn't it such a bummer when a regular blog read ends on you? Especially when it happens suddenly--meaning, you, the reader, had no advance warning? I hate that, even if I understand the writer's reasons. It always feels like a friend is moving away, and you don't know when or if you'll hear from them again. OK, maybe I spend too much time online. Sigh.

Shan said...

P.S. Welcome home Rob!

Shan said...

P.P.S. And good luck with the surgery!

kookiejar said...

Thank you, Rob. You've been very good to me over the past year, and I appreciate that. Best of luck to you, my friend. :)

Chris said...

I feel like Shan about it too (especially that last line).

I've nominated your blog for an award. :)

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