Where are your words, Paul Curran?

We are all very worried about Paul Curran. If any of my Canadian readers (or anyone else, for that matter), have any suggestions on how to locate him, please let Mark, Willow or me know. Comments are OPEN on both Mark’s site and mine, and you may also email me at cordeliasmom2012@yahoo.com.

Mark Bialczak

The constant commenter has not been commenting these days.

WordPress’s most prolific guest poster isn’t sending out posts to any of his regular places, either.

There’s been a hole in BloggyVille where Paul Curran’s words are supposed to be shining, waxing, tickling, educating.

Paul Curran, we want to hear from you again. Paul Curran, we want to hear from you again.

A few of us who’ve regularly hit the publish button to allow the friendly Canadian to share his thoughts with so many are concerned.

Willow, of Willowdot21 over in the U.K., reported that he never sent over his regular Sunday Cuppa column to her for Nov. 8, and that was after he said he was too ill to write his Nov. 1 piece.

Cordelia’s Mom confirms that she hasn’t heard from him either.

The latest guest blog I’ve found is Paul’s lovely piece on driving truck Mama Mick Terry published on Nov. 9. However, Paul did not reply…

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20 Responses to Where are your words, Paul Curran?

  1. Elyse says:

    We all miss you, Paul. Hope you’re OK.


  2. socialbridge says:

    Missing Paul hugely and sending very best wishes.


  3. He is a rare treasure indeed and greatly missed. Been keeping him in my prayers and sending good thoughts his way, where ever he is.


  4. jsackmom says:

    I’m Canadian as well and I’ve forwarded this link on to Linda. I pray that Paul will be found safe and sound. Could an ad be put in the Ottawa Gazette inquiring of his whereabouts?


  5. Anonymous says:

    Hello CM. I saw this yesterday and have been praying Paul will be founf. There is no need for you to respond to my comment. Would you please let your readers know what you find out, though? He seems rare heart. Somewhat like you, a true rare jewel though you pretend to be a curmudgeon at times.


  6. Been searching around the blogs looking for him, too. Fingers crossed he happily occupied somewhere and gathering tales to tell us…but continue to look.


  7. lbeth1950 says:

    I keep hoping to hear he is well


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