Wednesday, September 13, 2006
Sela Carsen, author of NOT QUITE DEAD (Samhein), says in her blog that she cherishes her internet friends, holding them almost equal to real people.
But there is another dimension in cyberspace, the love connection without going to the pros.
Internet relationships develop,some warm, as in the case or poetess Janet Harvey (see reproduction), or outright negative feelings as in the case of correspondent Josie, who had finally been flatly rejected in an internet relationships and she says in her blog and she doesn't like it much.
Been in one?
I am sort of in one, but the jury's still out on that one.
Enough that she is very smart, can write like a dream and has the cyber savvy, and lately a job as, I think, a web designer.
Two months ago she was flat on her fanny, apparently no place to go, and then, by some miracle, she straightened herself right out. It is me, the advice-giver who is now eyeing the dog food, and so is Fido and I don't mean cell phone.
Ah, well. We prop each other up.
What are your internet relationships like?
Ever been in an intense one?