The End.

All things must come to an end. Not just the good things.

I want to thank EVERYONE who ever read one of my blog posts from beginning to end. I cannot tell you how much I appreciated it. I always wanted to be a writer:  when I was a senior in high school I was convinced I was going to be at the 2000 Sydney Olympics as a journalist.

Needless to say – that never happened. But I still loved to write. So, WordPress gave me a way to do that – and share it with all of you.

Thank you to anyone who Liked my posts or commented. That means so so much.

I guess there is one last thing, where did “xojmo” come from. Well, back when Jennifer Lopez was Jenny from the Block she started to call herself JLo. And my name could easily become JMo. So yeah, I gave MYSELF the nickname. And slowly, I got people to call me that.

It came naturally to sign things xojmo when emailing or twittering. And it stuck. My dream was to trademark it. Oh well.

I really wanted to blog about speaking to Bastille’s Dan Smith on the phone. There was even a moment where I thought I could actually meet him. But nah.

That’s not how my life goes. Nothing is easy. And blogging didn’t get me anywhere. So why start now?

Do me a favor though, before I go… Be nice to people. You never know, you might just be the only nice person they have in their life.

Now, go find some other blog to enjoy.

“This is the end. My only friend – the end.”

xo Jen

 

6 thoughts on “The End.

  1. You should know that I read every single one of your posts. I appreciated your vulnerability and how you opened yourself up in your writing. Perhaps this end is a hiatus. It would be nice to see you back in the blogosphere!

  2. You should know that I read every single one of your posts. I appreciated your vulnerability and how you opened yourself up in your writing. Perhaps this end is a hiatus. It would be nice to see you back in the blogosphere!

  3. Dear JMo~

    Thank you. I just wanted to tell you that i believe that you’re an amazing writer. Writing from your heart (especially from the painful places) was cathartic. Please know that it helped me so much.

    Reading your blog was, at times, difficult, but real. Thank you for humor and honesty. I hope that you find everything you seek.

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