The Last Email: Mourning the Death of an Internet Friend

Nearly everyone has attended a wake. Most have attended a funeral. We spend our lives in relationships of all sorts. When a true friend we’ve never met in person dies, we’re robbed of the chance to say goodbye, pay our respects to family members, or attend a funeral. So what do we do when an Internet friend passes away? How do we say a proper farewell? How do we grieve?

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About Ted Atoka

Hi there. My name’s Ted Atoka and I’m pleased to meet you.

I’m a member of the “Quiet Generation” and, after many years of city life, I now live smack-dab in the middle of the United States. I totally enjoy the fresh air, wide open spaces, crazy weather, the red earth, and what lives on it and in it.

I write about life and things that many of us fail to appreciate…and never will, until we learn about it or lose it.

It’s my sincere hope that what I write will bring a smile to your face, a skip in your step, or even a jiggle in your belly. Thanks for choosing one of my books.

Anyway, I’m glad to have met you and I hope you like my books.

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