Saturday, January 24, 2009

To A Trusted Friend

A rare double post from me, but it's something that both pains me to do and that I want to do.

My good friend, Gumby the Cat, is taking a long hiatus from the blog world as the real world has come calling to shower him with economic bounty.

He was the impetus for me in creating my little section of the universe and I will always be grateful to him for that.

So I want to take a moment here to wish him well as he goes riding off into the Ohio sunset. He will be truly missed by me. I will miss his acerbic wit and his thoughtful posts on science and religion.

He taught me a great deal about science and religion, which in of itself, is a good thing.

For all of that and more, I want to simply say, Thanks for the time you spent sprucing up your corner of the world and introducing to an unsuspecting public. You are indeed, a truly remarkable individual.


  1. Thanks very much G. I will still post occasionally, because I love my blog and don't want it to go away entirely. Maybe when I get adjusted to this new routine I can start posting again more regularly.

  2. You're more than welcome.

    I'm truly glad that you were able to land this painting gig, especially in these tough economic times.

    Good luck and keep in touch.


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