Random thoughts from a random thinker, plodding through life and the New York Times crossword puzzle.
Your blog will be missed by your fans, among them myself... however, you may be just the wiser of us all!Look forward to your continued presence in the crossword world in whatever capacity!Best of everything!
Thanks for the many words about crosswords. See you around...- john
This is where I often came when I got stumped. And I even learned where to get a custom handbag.Good luck!Sue
Dear Linda,I can totally understand your decision to move on... blogging takes time, especially when it is a good blog. Best to you!
thank you for your clever and energetic approach.. i will miss your blog. nice to have generous and clever souls such as your self out there helping the meatheads of the internet
Welcome to blogtirement! I've got a feeling you're going to enjoy it.
The blog was so much more than the crossword. You will be missed and helped create a new daily habit with the Times.Best..Cathy
I've enjoyed your blog for a long time, Linda. Good luck and best wishes.
You were my first stop every night. Good luck and it was nice "knowing" you.
Linda, Your blog was always my first stop after solving the puzzle. I'll miss your upbeat commentary. Best of luck in all you do.
Whaaaaa. But thx for what you gave us! Wishing you all the best.
Thank you all for your support and good wishes.I've received a couple of good suggestions, including the possibility of a future blog just about Madness...not specifically about crosswords. Apparently many of you enjoyed hearing the family/work/life stories as much as you enjoyed reading about the puzzles. In the meantime, feel free to email me...I'll keep the address in the sidebar active.Now I'm off to solve the Friday puzzle. How decadent is that!
Thanks for all the wonderful blogs you wrote Linda. You will be missed. The best of luck to you!
I frequently checked your blog to verify my answers, even though I haven't offer comments in quite some time. I really enjoyed your work and will greatly miss you. I learned a great deal from your observations. Where do I go from here?JD
Thanks, nytanonimo...I hope to see your comments at some of the blogs in the sidebar.JD, you were one of my very first commenters...I'll never forget that. Don't know what other blogs you regularly read, but JimH is always entertaining...Ryan and Brian are downright hilarious!I'm enjoying my new free time. I can't remember the last time I read a book that wasn't for book club...or stitched other than at my stitching group...so I'm looking forward to some of that.
Thank you Linda for your herculean efforts. You and your blog will be missed.Good luck in all of your future crosswords. CL
Thank you Linda for your site. I enjoyed your help and insights with the NYT puzzles, and will miss the comments. While I'm new to posting, I wanted you to know that you had many who read, even though few may have commented. Best of luck for your future.
There was a lovely put-down in a P.D. James mystery: so-and-so "was more conspicuous by her presence than her absence". That sure doesn't apply to Linda G!!
So sorry, will miss you, good luck!
I always enjoyed reading your blog and appreciate all the effort you put into it. Thank you!
Just 77 more comments needed to reach 100. This blog deserves it!
76 trombones to go....
Good to see you name out there....
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