I am the first? Love this site, I'm impressed that you built it yourself, but I should not be surprised, considering the dining room table!
Welcome to the geography of no-place where you can be everywhere at once! Looking forward to your actual presence in Whistler this fall at the Whistler Readers and Writers Festival. http://www.theviciouscircle.ca/news/index.php
GOOD SIR YOUNG, I MISS YOU. How goes it?
WOW indeed! great pic, great site. if this counts as unsophisicated . . . oh my oh my. the Young in middle age.xxx
Love your new website. As always, your work is impressive. Congrats.
Lookin'good, Mr. Young.
Felicitations mon ami! I can't wait to read your reflections on reaching a fullcentury! A plus tard
You have a website! It is absolutely delightful. I was stuck while writing an essay on the Canterbury Tales and I searched for your name in hopes of being inspired through your online presence. And I think it worked.
Hey Ter! You have a website! I have a website! What's the world coming to? Bises, GF
Hi there,Wanted to drop you a line. I think the last time I did that was about 10 years back. Was easy to Google you with this website in action. I'm currently living in S. Africa. That's my current adventure. My husband Chris is S. African, so we have a house here, and we are renting out our place in Canada. Chris works in IT for various S. African clients, and I also co-incidently work for a Canadian software company (Medical Software). When I told them about our plans to live in SA for several years, my company let me stay on, so I work from home over here, just in a different position than before. I used to consult our physician clients, but I cannot do that from this side of the world. Chris and I are avid rock climbers, he runs a mountaineer website called Vertical-Endeavour. Well, what more can I say?Just hoping you are well and happy. How are your kids doing? I remember your daughter back in the tea room days.
You look like Michael Bay!
Was just wondering if you're on FB, but I guess this is your answer to social networking! Looks like things are going well. Me too.
Drop me a note sometime.
Hi Terence, This is your mother on your new website. I like the pictures. They are really clear. It's great that you have your own site. Love, Mum
Did not see you as a writer. a teacher yes. Ever talk to Brent, or Clifford, etc... a strange voice from the past yes, no. good luck, but i do not think you need it. Dave (retired, yawn..)
Now, there's a revealing comment: you saw me as a teacher, but not a writer. I am both, of course, but why you saw me as a teacher all those years ago is a mystery. For the life of me I couldn't say what I saw you doing as an adult, but here is the problem: as you well know, there are/were two Dave Richardsons at MJS, in the same year, too. I can really have no way of telling from your email which one is writing, can I? I just know that one of them lived on Fairfield Road. Will you reveal yourself? I wonder.
Hello Terence, my name is Kevin and I believe we had just met tonight. Was a very intriguing and inspiring conversation we had tonight to say the least. It was nice to know that there was someone in this neighborhood that had some real history to share about the Highlands and that part of View Royal. Anyways im sorry to hear about your buddy Steve. I read your short story about him and it is very uncanny that he spouts many traits as I have. Almost scary to say the least. I just dont smoke Drum Tobacco and drink excessively like he did. Regardless, what a very weird life we live and a great experience none the less.
Just a note to tell you how much I liked you poetry in the latest issue of TNQJ. Thanks.
Thanks, Kathryn. I appreciate your taking the time to let me know your thoughts. I have only just received my copy and will venture a peek at them soon. Poems are never finished, and the urge to edit never fades, so reading a published piece is often an exercise in humility. Thanks again for writing. I hope you and yours are well.
Thiis is a great post thanks
It's always interesting when the void of cyber space and the ether of anonymity respond.