I've been blogging with Lady Scribes for almost a year now, and have really loved being part of the community of readers and writers that drop by every day. But, unfortunately, it's time for me to part ways with these lovely ladies.
I'll still be writing the occasional guest post and swinging by to comment on others' blogs, but having a regular spot here just isn't clicking with my life right at the moment.
Thinking about my departure from Lady Scribes got me thinking, and I realized something about myself. I hate good-byes. I never say them. I always say "See you later" or "Talk to you soon", even when I know it's not going to happen. Even as a kid, I never said it.
Good-bye is so definitive, and if there's one thing I'm certain of, nothing is certain. ;) So, I'm not going to say good-bye or farewell or drop my mic on the way out. I'll be back, so instead let's leave it at "See ya later, alligator".
And speaking of goodbyes, what are some of the most memorable goodbyes you've seen in a movie or show, or read in a book? They can be sad or funny or maybe neither! The one that always made me cry was when Steel Magnolia's M'Lynn was saying her goodbyes to Shelby in the hospital, after they removed life support. Saddest dang thing I've ever watched. I think I've seen it at least eighteen or nineteen times, and yet, I cry every time I watched it! I don't know if I can think of a funny one. Can anyone recommend one for me?
See you soon...