I was sorry to read that blogger Julie had lost her mother recently (Julie writes at the Midlife Job Hunter).
Her mom, Bernice Sucha, was 85-years old and also had a personal blog ( Old? Who? Me? ) that she had maintained for three years.
On her mom's blog, Julie posted Bernie's obituary, and a farewell note from another family member.
Bernie's readers now know that her blog has reached the end.
It reminded me about last posts for bloggers.
What if I suddenly passed away?
I have thought about about writing a brief last post, and then leaving specific instructions so that it can be posted here, but I have not finalized that plan.
Since I have been doing this blog thing for several years now, I'd want readers to know why the posts here suddenly stopped--rather than you all assuming that I won the lottery and now spend my free time playing shuffleboard on an island in the South Pacific.
So how about you?
If you have a blog, do you have a final post written and someone to post it for you?
Have you thought about your last post?
My prayers are with Julie and her family.
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