For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. With every beginning there follows a conclusive end. Sadly, for every greeting there in an inevitable goodbye. For Kelli Jordan, the time to say goodbye to the internet has arrived. I've never been one for extended greetings as well as drawn out goodbyes. As such, I will not bore those who may still visit with a long drawn-out retrospective on the meaning of life or some drivel like that. That just wouldn't be very Kelli now would it?

You see, due to recent events and new responsibilities in my life I am finding it necessary to remove the presence of Kelli from both the web as well as my personal life. Regardless, I still think I'm probably a few years overdue for my first "purge" anyway. As a result, I will be auctioning off the entirety of my wardrobe and accessories as one huge lot on E-Bay and removing most of my remaining presence from the internet. I'll still keep an encrypted archive of all my pictures and webpages for posterity. The hit and traffic counters will remain active for my own morbid curiosity. The guestbook will be left open for those who wish to leave messages if they so wish. And of course, my e-mail account will always remain active for those who wish to contact me.

Does this means that Kelli is dead without possiblity of ever returning? *giggle* Of course not! I can never change who I am. Kelli will always be a part of me weither I want it or not. She may very well resurface in one form or another some day . . . just definately not on Tripod. Who knows? And if Kelli is resurrected at some future date at least I'll hopefully have a few bucks from my auction with which to start an exciting new wardrobe!

Now a round of thanks to those to truly deserve it. Firstly, a piece of my heart will always be indebted to my very special Lain of the Wired. You stepped up to help me in my time of need, and without you none of this would have ever been possible. Secondly, I'd like to thank those of you who ever e-mailed me or left a kind word in my guestbook. It was an honor and privelage to have made your acquaintance and I will carry your words within my heart forever. Lastly, to the uncounted multitude who may have merely passed though: Thank you for taking the time to stop by my little corner of the web. I hope to have made your web-based pit stop at least a bit enjoyable. ^_^

So, this is where I'm supposed to remind you that for everyone like me that exits from the web two more will undoubtedly take my place . . . but I'm sure you already knew that. So goodbye, and as always . . . Ciao~!

Kelli Jordan
April 2, 2004

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