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Thursday, May 17, 2012

I Miss

My old friend, Arsenius the Hermit. His blog has been off-line for a long time. I miss his wisdom, wit, and wise advice. I haven't heard from him since he shut down comments on his blog and I'm worried.

Arsenius was the last true mountain man east of the Mississippi River. He held a chunk of the North Georgia mountains securely under his spell. He was, and I'm sure still is, self-sufficient as is possible in today's world.

Arsenius, if you by chance still cruise the internet and read this post - please, drop me a line.


If you by chance make it back to Florida you know where to find me. The coffee is still hot.

Stephen

11 comments:

  1. Hi Stephen,
    I don't "follow" any blogs nor do I have a blog of my own but I read yours everyday. I also used to read Arsenius the Hermit's blog everyday. I miss his blog very much too. I hope he is ok.
    Also I just want to say how much I enjoy reading your blog. You are obviously such a kind and caring man and it touches the heart to know there are such good people out there.
    Tiffany

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  2. Tiffany, thank you so very much. Your kind comment means much to me. Please, don't be a stranger. It makes me feel good knowing I write for such as you. God bless.

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  3. I miss him, too. He was on my blog roll and I enjoyed visiting him and I enjoyed his visits.

    I hope he stops by.

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    1. So do I my friend. I worry about him. Thanks, Bubba. And, BTW, that was a fine post you did for my yesterday. I'm honored. Thank you very much...

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  4. we miss him as well...he was a very dear friend to us. i hope that he stops by and sees your message and these comments. just so that he will know how very much he touched so many people.

    your friends,
    kymber and jambaloney

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    1. I hope so too, sweet kymber. Thanks.

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  5. I too enjoyed his wisdom. Now I have to get my fix from Duke, K&J, and you sir. Oh JUGM/Senior too

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    1. I'm a poor excuse as his replacement. He was unique. Thanks, Rob.

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    1. Hopefully he'll read this and understand how much we'd like him to return. Thanks, my good friend.

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  7. I know how you feel. I miss several of by blog friends. Some have passed on, and some are just done blogging. I miss my "blogfather" Michael Boone the most. Still kickin', just through blogging...

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