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The Gearheart: An Apology

by on Jan.23, 2011, under Podcast

I appreciate everyone who has donated to me, and I want to apologize in person for the delays. Please listen to the podcast for a better explanation.

16 Comments for this entry

  • Erik T

    My wife has chronic and debilitating fibromyalgia. Trust me when I say I know exactly how you feel. Please, take care of your wife and family. You have no need to apologize, we will be here cheering you and yours on, no matter what.

  • Graeme

    So sorry to hear this, not because of the loss of my listening pleasure, but because I can’t begin to imagine how frightening and distressing this must be for you all.

    Your loyal fans will ALWAYS be here for you, wishing only the best for you and your family. Do what needs to be done and care for your loved ones.

  • Chris H

    There’s nothing worse than not knowing just what’s wrong with someone you love, except maybe knowing that even the medical community is also stumped.

    Obviously, your family and your own health come first. We’ll all still be here if/when you’re ready to continue this. But for now, know that we’re all hopeful that the answers are forthcoming.

  • DanDanTheArtMan

    No apologies needed Alex. You and yours are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • JohnD

    Agreed, no apology needed… I hope everyone gets well soon!

  • WilliamD

    Praying for you and your family Alex, take care and God bless.

  • Petra

    I just started to listen to The Gearheart recently and my dad is a devoted fan of yours. I am so sorry to hear about your family. Words can’t express how I feel. I’ll keep your family in my thoughts and prayers.

    And Take care of yourself, I know that when everything is happening it’s hard to, but keep yourself going to give your family peace of mind.

    Keep moving optimistically forward!

  • Carter B

    I am a recent disciple to The Gearheart and would firstly like to thank you for the wonderful work you have done creating this riveting tale.
    As a husband and father, who’s wife has been going through undiagnosed health issues, my heart goes out to you and I send healing energy to your wife and strength to you. Believe in the magic that lives with in (and yes can heal).
    I look forward to hearing tales of magical heal in your real world.

  • Ric P

    I’m really sorry to hear about your wife, it must be really tough to deal with. Having had several members of my extended family in hospital over the past year I have some idea what you are going through, all I can say is try to stay positive and don’t lose hope. No apologies needed, afterall family is so much more important.

  • Leslie

    Please, take as much time as you need. We will still be here when/if you are able to return. Just remember to take time for yourself, as well, even if it’s 5 minutes a day.

  • Vincent

    This apology episode is above and beyond what most podcasters would do in your situation. I think I speak for the vast majority of your listeners when I say that we are humbled that in spite of the pain and uncertainty you are going through, you thought enough of us to share your personal struggles and inform us of what has happened.

    Good luck; whether through prayers, good vibes, or well wishes, we, your listeners, wish you nothing but the best, and your wife a full and speedy recovery.

    Stay strong; we’ll be here when you return.

    – V.

  • Jason Pitre

    Deepest sympathies for you and yours. May medical intervention provide you with respite and recovery.

  • Erik Ackerman

    No apologies needed. We’re here for you. Let us know if there’s anything we can do to help. You never know when a listener and fan may have exactly what you need, so never hesitate to ask.

  • Elton Mottley

    There is absolutely no need to apologise, I appreciate you even beginning such a project given your current circumstances. The Gearheart has brought me so much enjoyment it is without doubt my favourite Podcast bar none. Life can hit you with the unexpected but I have faith that you and your family come through this difficult period. Your work is top notch and whether a day, a week, a year, a decade or never…..I’ll always be a fan, waiting with patience and admiration for one so skilled as yourself.

  • Dave

    I said it before and I’ll say it again. Family comes first. If I don’t hear from ever from you again thanks for a great story. But I can wait so take care of what you need to and we’ll be here hoping for a speedy recovery.

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