There are so many emotions going through me today as I say bye to My great friend and sister from the many miles of where we met from Facebook and when we united finally, It was an awesome feeling and today is the day that we need to say our byes. I am not saying Goodbye because We will be meeting again soon in a couple of months or so when I go to California or when she comes here again. I love her so much. She is such a sweetheart. I can tell automatically how a sincere, kind and lovely a person is just by the way they write, converse, and carry themselves out. I don’t normally add everyone to my friends list on facebook, but when it comes to meeting people from fan pages and groups that we were on constantly, I can automatically feel it. Its a gut instinct I have all the time and a lot of the times I have been right about it. We became much closer when we met each other and she is such a delight to be with and she is fun, and very sweet. She is one of the most sweetest and caring person I have ever met. It is pretty cool on what the internet can do, to bring people together. We will definitely continue to be in touch with each other online and on phone as well. I never like to say Goodbye, I say see you later. Goodbyes are so sad and I always think that where is the good in goodbye? I do not get it, but I will cherish the moments I had with her and will always remember it.
All the best to you my sister from the many miles, and have a safe trip back!
so true and so sweet.
You ask, ‘Where is the good in goodbye?’
All you need to do is research the etymology of the word. It comes from earlier words: Godby, Godby’e, Godbwye, God b’w’y, God bwy yee, God buy you, God be wi’ you. Each is a progressively shorter contraction of God be with you, with change of God to good by confusion with good morning, good day, etc.
So you never like to say ‘goodbye,’ but if you understood the meaning of the word, perhaps you would change your mind.
This is quite a poorly-written posting, by the way, besides which it doesn’t impart anything of value to the reader. I gave it just one star. Better luck to you for the next time.
Keep sharing your sentiments and don’t lose your belief in people, there are still some kind folk around.
What a wonderful story 🙂 My Sis in Heart met through a fan fic site and haven’t missed a day talking to each other yet. Don’t let idiots stop you from sharing these wonderful tidbits. put your comments on moderation and delete the morons.
i agree with this! Do NOT let rude, foolish people come into your home and mess it up. You are entitled to have your blog and the comments/feedback be positive and affirming. Rude people don’t get invited in (or if they were invited in and then started being rude~throw them out, delete the comment and don’t invite them back!) You are a lovely lady with a lovely blog. You deserve affirmation and support!
yikes–the thing i agree with in not the “you’re a moron” statement. I agreed with fiction rulz “What a wonderful story My Sis in Heart met through a fan fic site and haven’t missed a day talking to each other yet. Don’t let idiots stop you from sharing these wonderful tidbits. put your comments on moderation and delete the morons.”
I have a tendency to avoid new people for the very purpose of not being in the position to say goodbye to them.
I think watching paint dry would have been more exciting than reading this last blog. Why oh why can’t I stop?
Hooked on the comments,
How unnecessarily cruel 😦
nice compelling story. Blood is thinker than water if you like to look it that way. There is nothing more better than connecting with people LIVE especially if you can do it in person….its makes life more genuine.
It’s true you can meet some wonderful people on line, just like yourself!
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