A number of people who follow SP, some of whom do not blog or comment, have asked me if I know what has happened to her given that when you go to her blog you get the following:
On the 14 February SP posted the following:
I Get to Have My Very Own Stalker!
I've often wondered why, when I've posted a comment on someone else's blog, it doesn't appear instantly, but is saved "for approval."
I've always had open comments on my blog, and have never had a problem. Well, apart from getting an email pointing out that as none of the writer's friends were experiencing problems with their French tax returns, the ongoing problems that we're having with ours, must therefore be a figment of my imagination. I WISH!
So, today I've had a few comments left, of course by "Anonymous" and with an @noreply email address.
I was accused of many things, including being a liar and recycling a blog that I wrote at the time of, and about, Laughing Boy's illness, when things were at their bleakest for us.
I'm not going to go into detail about Laughing Boy's illness, it's not something that he would thank me for broadcasting, but for many months, we were just about at the end of our tether, and I wrote to try and make sense of what was happening to our lives.
It was an awful period, when we both withdrew from just about everyone around us, and spent our days going on long walks together and researching how we could cope with his illness.
As I wrote before (here) had it not been for the French health service, who eventually diagnosed correctly, and treated his illness, our lives would have been very different.
As for recycling, if I've alluded to events that happened at that time, I've always written "three years ago" before writing about them.
So, I, like Britney Spears and other celebs, get to have my own stalker, hence the "saved for approval" on my blog too.
Can't help thinking that whoever" Anonymous" is, (and I suspect that I know) they must be a bit of a wuss, if they daren't put their name to something that they have written.
Between that post on the 14 February SP posted a number of other articles until the 16 February and then nothing. I think, given the posts between the Stalker post and the last post on the 16th, SP is taking a break until things settle down with the stalker, with LB's problems and the various other things that are happening.
Given the number of her Blogland friends who supported her after the Stalker post I think SP knows she is not alone. I, for one, will not be removing SP from my blogroll just yet.