I read this morning that one of WordPress’ bloggers passed away last week. (You can read the original post announcing her death Here) I didn’t know Jennifer, but it made me realize how horrible it would be to learn that one of you, or one of the bloggers I follow died suddenly.
It is the second time I see a post reporting a WP blogger’s passing since I started blogging in November 2015. And I know that sick or not, any of us might be living our last day.
The bloggosphere is a virtual platform, but the links we create aren’t. And not spending time over (real) coffee together doesn’t mean I don’t care about what is happening in your life.
I wondered what would happen if I died. My family is not envolved in the Cove, and the friends I have, that follow my blogging more or less closely don’t have access to my WP account. I am guessing the Cove would just die with me, without a warning.
I am sending my condolences to Jennifer’s family and friends… Losing a loved one is always a terrible thing. I feel sorry for those who shared her “real” life, and the readers she touched through her writing.
A sad reminder to enjoy life while it lasts…