Wednesday, December 16, 2009

So Long and Merci For All the Fish

You may have noticed, this blog hasn't been active since (insert date of latest post). I'm not dead or anything (at least not in any noticeable way, but I stopped being so sure nowadays since seeing The Sixth Sense), and I'm just as busy as ever, but I've stopped feeling guilty and responsible if I don't update the blog. The fact is: it finally dawned on me that I have no readers, apart of my family and a nano-circle of closest friends (and even then, when I ask them their opinion on my latest post, they would say: oh your blog? I haven't checked it for a while), so I'm saying: f*ck it, if nobody cares, why should I?

Hence the title of today's post. It's my way of thanking, from the bottom of my heart, the two followers who agreed to be identified as such: sincere, humble, grateful thanks to them for clicking on something that somehow linked them to this blog, and now I'm setting them free. Heartfelt thanks  to other anonymous readers, if any, to all the people who were previously interested enough to comment and to anyone who accidentally stumbled on this blog. I might post again, whenever.. but it will only be for myself.

Kisses and hugs and thanks for all the fishes.

Explanation from Wikipedia: So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish (1984, ISBN 0-345-39183-7) is the fourth book of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series written by Douglas Adams. Its title is the message left by the dolphins when they departed Planet Earth just before it was demolished to make way for a hyperspatial express route, as described in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. The phrase has since been adopted by some science fiction fans as a humorous way to say "goodbye" and a song of the same name was featured in the 2005 film adaptation of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

UPDATE: I might have spoken too soon (or too late): I can't seem to find my followers on the blog, so they must have de-followed themselves a long time ago, and I didn't even notice.  This final post is so obviously overdue it would be embarrassing to anyone who cares. Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?


kca said...

Et si l' envie te prend tu n' as qu a publier sur mon blog, bien que tout le monde est fuit depuis que j' ai arreter de poster des photos de poufs.

Ah au fait : et le VN?

Buddhist with an attitude said...

Salut KCA, comment vas-tu? Tout le monde fuit ton blog (y compris moi, je l'avoue), parce qu'il est illisible depuis que tu as changé le format. Je ne sais plus comment le consulter: on ne trouve que le titre des posts et aucun contenu, il faut cliquer sur les commentaires pour lire le post, etc., bref, pas très convivial. Par contre, j'aime bien les photos du fiston.

Je pars pour le Vietnam le 26 décembre. Ce sera uniquement Saigon et Nha Trang cette fois-ci, c'est pour ça que je ne t'en ai pas vraiment parlé. Après le VN, ce sera 10 jours à Tokyo avec mon fils aîné, japonophile convaincu.
Je t'embrasse.

admirateur secret said...

non... ne nous quitte pas

je lis toujours ton blog grace a bloglines

Hannie-buns said...

Hi! I don't know how I stumbled on your blog, but I really enjoyed reading it. I actually started reading in in 2006/2007. I think you are a very witty woman and enjoyed your humor. whenever you posted in French, I would be like awh man! I wonder what she's saying. I always wondered who you are and what you are like in real life. Alls I knows is, you're an older (divorced) Vietnamese woman (who's probably French-Canadian) Well, farewell! - Han

khoi said...

Saigon et Nha Trang pour les fêtes de fin d'année, quelle chance...
Profitez-en bien.

Si si, votre blog continue de figurer sue la liste de mes régulières visites.


zarya said...

Juste au cas, je vais continuer de visiter le blog de temps à autres!

- Fan presque anonyme #4