September 10, 2005
There probably aren't a whole lot of people still checking this, but I thought I'd mention that Dan wanted his cancer postings to be published. In the event that I actually get them published and you would like to know about it, please post something here so I can get in touch with you at that time.
Posted by Dan at September 10, 2005 12:31 AM
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I would very much like to be kept informed when you publish any of Dan's cancer postings.
Posted by: lex liberatore at September 10, 2005 02:57 PM
I, too, keep checking to see if you've posted any more... miss Dan, miss this blog, miss your voice as well. So yes-- I'd VERY much like to know when you publish Dan's cancer reflections (and I hope you will). Lots of folks at the Divinity School will want to know, as well, and we'll certainly spread the word. Meanwhile, I hope you are finding peace and comfort, and the "Reason for Living #496" (or so) that Dan would want you to keep on discovering! Blessings...
Posted by: Gail at September 10, 2005 04:59 PM
Yes, Stephanie. I'd be interested.
Posted by: Ara Rubyan at September 11, 2005 01:26 AM
I never commented on Dan's blog, which now, I wish I did - but I would definitely like to know when his cancer postings are published.
Posted by: Etto at September 11, 2005 12:36 PM
I'd be interested.
Posted by: red fish at September 12, 2005 11:34 AM
Have you thought about continuing this site, carrying on what Dan started?
Popping Culture was one of my favorite daily stops on my internet 'rounds'. I'd hate to lose this last bit of Dan in my life.
Posted by: Killer Kitten at September 12, 2005 09:54 PM
You had to go and ask that. The thought did occur to me, but it would be a completely different website then (i.e. more Beck, Shabby Chic, home remodeling updates, what I just bought at Old Navy, and pics of the pets). On the other hand, who REALLY remembers what was posted a year ago? Would anyone remember if I just recycled those crazy pictures of scuba-diving dogs and ghetto Olson twins? Maybe I'll give it some thought. It would be easier than figuring out how to stop the charges on the credit card from the website people.
And, by the way "Killer Kitten", I'm glad to see you posted again. I was trying to remember your e-mail addres earlier so I could let you know that I'm going to invite some people over one night in October for a cookout. When I do, I'll give you a call (I have your phone number downstairs) to invite you.
Posted by: Mrs. Popping Culture at September 12, 2005 10:21 PM
Ooh, I would LOVE to see you continue this blog, and would keep reading whatever you posted! And yes-- recycled pictures will still make us laugh. Whoever Killer Kitten is, I "ditto" every word she (he?) wrote-- and am very glad (s)he thought to ask the question.
Posted by: Gail at September 12, 2005 10:42 PM
Well, speaking just for Kimm, but probably echoing the thoughts of many Dan fans around the world, I'd love to see you take Popping Culture and make it your own. I think of you often and wonder how you're making out. I keep thinking I'm going to run into you at the vet. Dan recommended your vet to me and I just love them, though I have a feeling they consider me to be this crazy cat lady. The possibility that they are right is not reassuring.
My email is Tilone@aol.com - yes, computer illiterate AOL user here.
I love cookouts. Should I bring my famous potato salad?
Posted by: Killer Kitten at September 13, 2005 03:48 PM
I think you already know I'm interested in whatever you get put together for Dan's cancer writings, but I'll officially put down my interest here.
And I would also encourage you to give blogging a shot. I'd love to see you continue Popping Culture. And no worries on repeating pictures. Hell, Dan himself did it.
Posted by: Joel Caris at September 14, 2005 02:54 AM
I would love to know when you have Dan's writings published. And I echo everyone's thoughts that you might keep this going. Whether you re-post thoughts and/or pictures or hopefully add your own I would read it. Thank you for sharing your pain and your anger with us. I've learned so much about handling difficult times with dignity from both you and Dan.
Posted by: Carla at September 16, 2005 11:03 AM
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