29 Nov 2017
31 Dec 2017
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Hi Mud Man,
I know that change is hard. But really, if you just try to keep an open mind, you will see that we are still communicating with each other.
Friday was my one year anniversary, and I posted about it. I heard from some people, but not from you, and to be honest, that was disappointing and rather hurtful, because I have always regarded you as a mentor, and I have always tried to support you. I know you don't like this new site, but the truth is, all of us are still the same people, we are still here, and we still need each other. I wish you would just give this new site a chance. Aren't we all about new beginnings?
Remember when you first quit smoking? Remember all of the challenges you faced? Didn't some people doubt you? Didn't you find that some people never supported you in your attempt to quit? Did you never wonder if you would ever be able to get it right, if you would learn from your mistakes?
The truth of the matter is, Kyle explained in detail why this new site was necessary. He answered all of my questions, and I get it. I'm not a techie, but I still get the basic gist of it. And I am okay with it. I'm not perfect, and I don't expect a first roll out of a new system to be perfect. I know I have to be patient while the bugs and other stuff are found and addressed. Just like when I quit smoking. I had to figure out what problems I was going to have to face, and what I needed to do to address them.
I hope you come back to us, Mud Man. I know I am not the only one who misses you.