Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Theresa Williams has left the building

This first post is simply to stress my disappointment with AOL, where I have kept a journal for more than a year. AOL, without prior notice and without our permission, has tacked banner ads onto our journals, causing a mass exodus and many sad hearts. Shame on you AOL.


Journally Yours, Gem ;-) said...

I'm with you and others too Theresa. Thanks for letting me know where you'll be until everything settles out with AOL.
This journal link is saved.
Looking forward to your entries.
Take care,
Gem :-)

ckays1967 said...


I have almost copied my whole journal to blogspot but not all the entries are live yet. You can save them as live.

Imagine that.

ps: by just clicking on my phote you can find my blogspot journal....very, very cool.

ckays1967 said...

I told you that so you'd know that that is how it works for EVERYONE!

WE can have community here too.

ckays1967 said...

pps: (or is it pss?) I already have lots of the NEW links for people in my journal.

Welcome to our new playground.


Cynthia aka sistercdr said...

At least I know where you are.

Anonymous said...

Glad to find you again. Would have been a hole in my soul otherwise. Keep up the good fight.

alphawoman said...



V said...


Hi! I`m just settling in myself!

So sad, so dumb.


emmapeelDallas said...


I'm so glad to find you here. I'm still getting used to it, but I think the layout is much better. Please stop by when you have a chance, although I'm still in the process of moving in.



beths front porch said...

Theresa, so glad to see you. I haven't quite figured out the bells and whistles of blogspot yet. Will take a while. Later, Beth

Judith HeartSong said...

glad to see you here! judi

Ken Verheecke said...

Wishing you all the best here in your new digs!!!

bosoxblue6993w said...

wishing you all the best on your new venue.

Vicky said...

Well, here you are! Glad it all seems to be working out for everyone here. I did set up a blog here, but only because I found at another journal, she didn't accept anonymous comments. I'll probably plug away on livejournal - I spent $25 on it a couple of months ago, and I want my money's worth!

Looking forward to seeing htis all unfold.

Love, Vicky

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the Chagall and Song of Solomon again- It's a beautiful welcome- Will I still get an alert from you when you post a new entry or not?
It's ok, if not- will visit when I can- Sending some virtual bread and salt plus good wishes for your new home-



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