Sunday, May 7, 2017

30 Day Letter Challenge: Your Favorite Internet Friend

Dear Chris,

I haven't heard from you in so long. But then again we really only communicated through comments left on each other's blogs so I guess that makes sense. Especially if I haven't updated in so long.

I really hope that you are doing well. I hope that you started blogging again, I really liked reading about your life and your progress and process you went through in writing your book. I wonder if you ever finished it. I can't remember what your blog was called. I kept it in my reading list but if you changed the name or anything like that, I wouldn't know. I also don't know if it would pop up in my reading list again if you started it back up under the same name (which I've forgotten as I am wont to do) since you deleted it.

If you read this feel free to say Hi. I really hope that you continued writing, even if that meant moving on to another story in the meantime if you were stumped with the original one.


You ever wonder about people? I do all the time.


  1. Hey there! I'm so glad you thought of me and wondered where I've been. I had been wondering the same about you until you resurfaced recently.

    I never did finish that story, though I do miss blogging as the main character. Perhaps I could have followed through on it if I didn't have kids. I did re-start my personal blog about a year ago, but it sorta morphed into a fansite for my internet crush.

    If you want to catch up on my ramblings, here's my blog: Maybe your blog post will drag me out of my malaise :)

    p.s. my wife still talks about Hindsight sometimes (she follows the writer/creator on twitter) and my daughter is friends with a girl named Addy who happens to be theee best soccer player in her age group.

  2. Yes, I remain curious about people's arcs. Cool beans~!


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