For the most part, I'm a once-a-day, every several days blogger. However, after posting earlier today, I read a fellow blogger's last post and am posting again.
I'm sure it's happened to every blogger. Some bloggers who have been in our blog life for a while, some longer than others, and then suddenly they are no longer posting.
Some are gone without a final post.
In some cases, unfortunately, there is a very sad explanation. In the past, I've read posts from friends and family of bloggers who have died. Some of you may as well.
Other times, someone may have stopped blogging for medical or personal reasons without providing an explanation. That's understandable as, sometimes, people may not want or be able to share everything nor should they need to feel beholding to do that.
Life does go on, hopefully better for those folks.
And that's what I, and many others, hope will be true for a fellow blogger, Laurie, who today did a final post on her blog, Where the Spruce Trees Grow. As she put it has "come to the end of the blogging road."
(I read in comments below, that several of you followed the link to Laurie's blog. However, as of today (02/28/2020) it has already been removed and my link has too.)
Rather than repeat what Laurie wrote, I will leave it up to you as to whether or not you choose to follow the link and read further. It seems that only a few recent posts remain on her blog, which may be totally erased by the time some of you even read this post.
I greatly admire the courage, grace and forthrightness she expressed in so many of her posts. She also included wonderful nature artwork in many of them and her text always created such vivid imagery.
Thank you, Laurie for sharing yourself through your blog. We will miss you.