Everything that has a beginning has an end
*** No! P3P is not closing anytime soon ***
Me : “Seth decided to stop blogging”
GF : “This is the fourth time you mention that”
Sorry that if I sound sad, because I am I wish I would said, “Hey Seth, yeah Wow is getting boring… Hope you luck, we’ll miss you” But guess the whole thing is heavier than I thought.
Our blog had been side by side for around a year, like the
We had met as of May last year (09), when we both started our own blog and did’t know much about blogging. (I did however hosting other kind of webpage for years)
Seth got some Flame War on the blog name with Markco’s on JMTC forumThen we got some joint blog posting converstation on comments and blog post.I am pretty sure I had read all of his posts, and he probably read most of mine.We had even down a quest NPC together in the New Eden. (the Epic Arc final boss for two noob)
Seth is always an energetic guy, most of us would agree if you listen to his podcast. I must confess that I keep my blogging passion on with his energy radiate around, P3P will be long gone before BigJimm come to rescue, I suppose…
To My Old Buddy…
Seth, I know you are reading this. If at anytime, you want to have sth posted, you know my door will always open for you.
Although we only know each other for around a year, It’s really like we had go thur lots of thing. I’ll skip the “I respect your decision…” etc crap. All I want to say is I really appreciate his companion thru the time.
Please do take care (Especially your health, I had noticed that had couples of problem thru out the period). I really enjoy having you around in the sphere, “for the happy and sad times we went through.”. I am pretty sure one day when I get back and read this, I can still the feel the warmth in my heart.
To finalize, let me quote sth from Larisa :
‘I’m not sure what will happen the day I stop playing or blogging. Will any of those “friendships” last? I don’t know. But I know that even if we’ll lose contact, I will always have fond memories and a special spot in my heart for those people I met through my blogging.’