I don’t know when, or how it’s going to happen, but it’s been confirmed: TAP is going away.
And that sucks.
For the last year, I’ve come to TAP and all of you great friends. You’ve all helped me through a lot, and it’s too soon to have to say goodbye. But I guess it’s not up to me, is it?
It’s just really hit me: things can and will change. For so long, TAP was always so solid, always there for me. And now it’s going away, all of you with it.
I’m going to miss you. If you want to keep in touch, I can give you an email address you can reach me at, but I won’t post it here for security reasons.
Let me just say this… We’ve all created a beautiful thing here. A world of wise and wonderful words. You’ve encouraged me and convinced me that I can write, and because of you guys, I’ll never stop now. But without you guys, who’s going to read it? I don’t know what I will do without TAP.
This is a special shout out to all of my really good friends, people who I’ve learned from, and people that I like to think have learned from me:
Rebelle-Or as she’ll always be, Melanie. I guess we’ll never know what happened to our fictional Emalee. And our third musketeer who I haven’t seen in forever. I love you guys!!!
Mandy-The starter of our triple series. Know that I love you, and will never stop, okay? :)
Brittobart-My artist. Who was strong enough to make one of the most difficult decisions ever. I will miss your art, Jessie.
KylarMorgan-My photographer. Just keep shooting! It’s definitely worth it.
CrayolaFace-One of the best writers on here. I’m sad to say that I will never know how Monsters in Our Heads will end. But that doesn’t mean you stop writing, okay? :)
FUNEH-My mentor, and very first friend on TAP. The girl who I helped find purpose. ;)
MiriFern-My Twilight hater/movie maker. 940-536-701-Mon ami, fellow lover of Phantom of the Opera, and much-much-better than Poe.
Oxymoron- My other mon ami. I used to joke around and call myself your mentor, but we all know your gift has far exceeded my writing. :)
Zylaar-You supported me so much, and inspired me to write Genesis. Thank you.
I’m sorry if I missed you, but my perfected list got deleted. I couldn’t remember every single person who made a difference; there are so many of you!
I know hardly any of those I mentioned will see this, but it makes me feel good to know that I acknowledged all you’ve done for me.
Don’t think I am leaving, because I’m not. I’m sticking with TAP and all of you until the end. This is just my formal goodbye, since I don’t know if I’ll have a chance to give one later on.
Just remember what I always said: Everyone has a voice to be heard, so why not listen? I love you all, and I will miss you so much. It pains me to write this letter, but I know that it must be done. It’s better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all.