Going but never forgotten — 7 Comments

  1. Leaking eyes 🙁  Lovely tribute Grandad. She lived a thousand lives in one lifetime.

  2. Even though she was suffering from cancer herself she gave my son and I invaluable advice when he contracted thyroid cancer. Susanne became a firm friend, even if it was only by Email. 

  3. Thanks for bringing this to my attention, Grandad. I used to read Anna every day, but circumstances changed, and she dropped off my radar. Reading her last entry is really sad, as she refers to “having the blog hijacked by God, Beelzebub, Jesus, and the Archbishop” as a key driver to giving up.

    I have no idea what happened, and now every page of the site goes to a 404 page, despite her saying she would keep it available until the end of January next year.

    Now I’ve lost my chance to catch up. Bugger…

    • It was indeed a sad and very powerful post.

      She is aware of the problem with the site [and the 404 page] and it is being dealt with hopefully as I type.

  4. Laurie, you can still get some of Anna’s posts via downloading the Wayback Machine. I found it quite straightforward.

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