Jason’s Movie Blog’s Update (Moving Forward 2018 Part 2)
Hello, good day, and salutations from me to all my readers, followers, and featured bloggers out there. Just a quick update from me to you!
As many of you have probably realized that I haven’t posted much during the month of May; a very much lower number of posts that what I usually post. The reason because of this is the same reason that I faced at the beginning of 2018, which was the loss of my grandmother back in December 2017. While we had a funeral service after Christmas, she was cremated and she was scheduled to be buried with my grandfather at the National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia on May 19th.
Well, as you can imagine, my thoughts of loss and grieving started to remerge once again over the passing of my grandmother for most of May, especially as the day approached for the funeral service in Arlington. This indirectly caused to sort of lose interest (for a time) in writing movie reviews and post stuff on my blog. Well, the funeral service was nice and it brought closure to my grieving thoughts on my grandmother (she and my grandfather are now together at last) and now my mind is clear.
Thus, to sum it all up, starting in June, Jason’s Movie Blog will be back to full operational status, with plenty of movie reviews to come, including Solo: A Star Wars Story, Deadpool 2, Paddington 2, 12 Strong, Love, Simon, as well as new movies like Adrift and Action Point.
I want to thank everyone for understanding my situation and welcome the idea of coming back to what I love doing.
Condolences and best wishes from both of us, looking forward to hearing more from you.
Thank you, guys, from your words. Its much appreciated.
Glad to know you’re feeling better!
Thank you, my friend. I am!!!
Condolences, Jason. Be strong too! Looking forward to reading more reviews from you.
Thank you, my friend. Your comment and words mean a lot to me. I too am looking forward to writing my reviews…
my thoughts are with u jason! hang in there!
Thank you, my friend. It means a lot that you wrote that to me…
My thoughts are with you man, stay strong.
Thank you, my friend. Your words are very helpful to me…
If you ever need to talk I’m here.
Thank you, my friend. That means a lot to me…
That’s what friends are for.
Take your time man, come back when you are ready
Thank you, my friend. I think I’ve had enough time to grieve and am ready to come back to the movie blogging world. Looking forward to it…
Sorry to hear about the loss of your grandmother. Everyone needs to grieve in their own way and return to the things they love as they are ready. Glad to have you back and it’s nice they are together again. And all of us owe your grandfather our gratitude.
Thank you, Tony, for your kind of words. It means a lot to me that a lot of you are commenting on this post.
You’re very welcome. Glad to have you back.
Life has a habit of getting the way at the most inopportune of times. I lost my father in very early January so I can relate. Things you want to do come to a screeching, grinding, halt whilst you attend to matters normally outside your control. Condolences my friend.
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