The end of a blog

It has recently come to my attention that two people within the last week have ended their blogs. They broke up wtih cyberspace if you will. One makes mention that there is nothing left to be said. And we all know that can’t be true. But it is stated that there are other things to try. I agree. However I don’t see how someone comes to a decision such as this. And even if I did, I’m not sure I would openly post something that said “Farewell, cyberfriends!” or maybe I would. But then again I don’t plan on not writing anymore here anytime soon. For some of you, that’s good news, for some it’s not. And for most, no one really ever reads this thing anyway.

Another ex-blogger wrote that he’s signing off blah, blah, blah and this post happened to be the first time I was reading his blog ever. And I became truly upset. I had discovered written entertainment and a sneak peek into someone’s life, a new blog to link to, but now why bother? I didn’t even get to know the blogger and wham–we’re already broken up.

Why do you think people suddenly decide to end their blogs?

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