Tuesday, July 29, 2008

My parting words for my last blog

Almost two years ago, Deirdre and I started "We Can Relate."

The title of my first entry was: "My parting words for my first blog."

The title for this one? Seems logical to go with "last blog."

Sunday was my final day as a journalist with Charlotte.com and The Charlotte Observer.

I've moved on to a new job -- I'm now an Associate News Editor for Sportingnews.com -- and with my new gig comes the issue of saying goodbye to this blog and to the loyal readers who kept us on our toes and fed us with some great insight into their own relationship struggles, moments and victories.

I cannot give you all hugs (big embraces rock) and I cannot write each of you a personal letter (hand-written notes rule), but I can say thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Oh, and if you read my very first blog (see link above), then this should make sense:

I love you, Charlotte.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Charlotte will really miss you. We wish you the best going forward.

NC_Davidemail

Anonymous said...

can you take jason and deiedre with you?

Anonymous said...

You stay Classy Alisha.......SS

Anonymous said...

Does that mean that we get to look at a new picture on this blog?

Anonymous said...

The exodus from the Observer continues, I see.

Good luck with your new job, Alisha!

Anonymous said...

I can totally see how writing relationship blogs translates to sporting news...

Anonymous said...

Alisha was a sports journalist at the Observer. Her main job wasn't writing the blog. Good luck.

Anonymous said...

.. so now we have a single 38 yr old and a gay guy detailing relationships for us?

Should be enlightening.

Anonymous said...

So which of the other sports journalists at the Observer will be taking her place?

Heather said...

Best of luck and hope you don't have to deal with some of the rude commenters that appear on here.

Rex Banyon said...

Dear Dre is looking hot in her new 'do. But Jason ain't gonna make it.

Anonymous said...

damn Jason is a mess...