Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Was it something I said?

What's going on? :(

Lately one of favourite bloggers EmmaGoodEgg has not been updating her blog. I know she's got other things going on in her life at the moment so I can understand that entertaining us is not her top priority but *whine* I hope she doesn't give up blogging for good *whine*.

Then two days ago, Mr BR posted his last entry...

And tonight, I was dismayed to read this. I posted a comment on their blog last night. Was it something I said?

5 comments:

Jewelle Tan said...

What did you say woman?! LOL. No lah, I think its all just coincidences although I do have a theory about Mr BR, with him being a govt officer...

But then again, what did you say?

baz said...

LOLz, its just one of those things... infact in his early blogging days, i did ask him how he managed to keep up with updating his blogs since i already knew who he was at the time and with such a full time job, a growing son etc... so, people move on, i guess... i m glad i m just keeping photo blogs of my kids, more realisitic :)


so far Mr BR's blog been very informative and very much supports the govt/ brunei, so i dun see it as a reason, myself a govt officer :)

Katie-Ella said...

Jewelle, I don't think my comment was that controversial. "Memoirs" was one of the more interesting blogs, whether or not you agreed with the content.
Baz, yeah I can see why Mr BR has stopped blogging. His daily posts were like newspaper articles - some people do that as a full time job!

baz said...

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES???!!!!! HAHAHA... THATS HILARIOUS... A MAN OF HIS VERY HIGH STATUS IN GOVT ACTING LIKE A REPORTER ALL THIS WHILE??!! AS IN "BRUNEI TIMES" OR "B.BULLETIN" REPORTER... HAHAHAHAHA THAT REALLY CRACKS ME UP...

PS. I KNOW WHO ZIQ AND MAYA, THEY WILL REMAIN CONFIDENTIAL.. THEY BOTH HAD EVEN MADE COMMENTS ON MY KIDS PHOTO BLOG...

Katie-Ella said...

I thought his posts were very good! Obviously when I say newspaper articles I'm thinking of proper journalists i.e. an interesting topic, well-researched and clearly written, holding the reader's attention and teaching him/her something new at the same time - not a junior reporter covering the daily traffic jams.