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I can fully understand why you'd delete some past entries. I've done the same myself. Today actually, I went the other way and dragged up a couple of things that remained in drafts for months. They're buried; I doubt anyone will take the time to find them, but I felt the need for them to be there. Just as you'd feel the need to know some of your old stuff is gone so you can move beyond. Makes perfect sense to me.

I just hope that you continue to write as you always have. Not necessarily for an audience, but just about issues that are important to you and matters you are passionate about. I think that's what makes people's writing truly great, and keeps readers coming back. Ok, minus the asshats. Who knows why they come back like a fungus.
Oh, and I dig the little sidenote to your sister. I wish I could read her blog, too! :)


Sadly, my sis, who really should have a blog, doesn't.

She is one of the four gay/lesbian people on earth who has internet access who doesn't blog.

And I meant that in a humorous way!


I love your blog. You're one of the funniest people I've read in blogging. And you look like my Sister.
When I've had more coffee I'll come back and type something more coherent.


Fell a bit behind while I was in Mississippi as the satellite connection went down. Count me as one of your fans. And I'll send no only happy thoughts, but prayers as well that you get your job.

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