After several days of escalating worry about Ivan Shreve of Thrilling Days of Yesteryear (I’m a worrier; it’s my super power) I finally discovered today via Edward Copeland that Ivan is ill and in the hospital. Ivan’s blog and SBBN share several readers, and I thought you’d want to know.
Ivan, if you’re reading this — you did sneak a few laptops and DVDs into the hospital with you, right? — I hope you get better soon. We miss you.
I don’t know any more than what was posted on Edward Copeland’s blog, but if anyone has any information, please pass it along. I can’t screen comments, so if you want to email me instead of post here, drop me a line: she (at) shebloggedbynight.com or glitterninja (at) gmail.com.
UPDATE: Ivan is
in Room 5127 per Eddie Copeland (formerly in Room 5401) at the Athens Regional Medical Center and there is no set release date as of yet out of the hospital as of now. Yay! From what I’ve heard, I’m reassured he’ll be back to blogging soon. Which is good, because Thrilling Days of Yesteryear provides at least 50% of my online Jack Benny intake. Ivan’s hospital has an eGreetings system here that you can use to leave him a note if you want.
I plan on harassing him I mean sending him lovely notes at least once a day.
Damn. Ivan’s a great guy. I hope things go well.
I sent him a rude…er…nice note, thanks for the link, Stacia!
No prob. Thank Jim Neibaur, actually, he was able to get in touch with a family member who gave me more info. He and Edward Copeland did most of the work, I just emailed and Tweeted a lot.
I mentioned it on FB, too, where I see Ivan often, and Self-Styled Siren has picked up on it. Fingers – and toes – crossed.
Jim N posted on Facebook as well. It took a while, but I think we’re getting everyone notified. (If I hadn’t been sick all last week and had logged on, I would have noticed he was offline much longer than is usual and started looking for him sooner.)
Thanks for the update, Stacia. I’ve posted on my blog and asked everyone to bombard Ivan with good wishes.
Get well soon, Ivan! Miss you!
Good to have this network of folks all looking out for each other! I do thank you for the info… I had so missed reading the boy’s work!
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