Welcome to my blog!

Hi everyone, I’m “The Stewman”.  My friends Newscoma and Squirrel Queen are helping me with this, my first blog.

For some reason, they think I would make a clever, or at least interesting blogger.  I don’t know if it’s my wit, my humor, or that history of bizarre behavior, but for better or worse, here I am.

Play nice, enjoy, and be patient with me.  Some days I may not feel like posting anything.  I was recently diagnosed with cancer, and the chemo really takes it’s toll on me.  But, the days I feel well enough, I’ll do my best to keep this updated.

Take care…. and enjoy.

The Stewman


~ by stewman1 on December 15, 2007.

7 Responses to “Welcome to my blog!”

  1. Welcome to the blogosphere! Any friend of SQ and Coma etc…

    I hope you enjoy your first dip in intertubes.

  2. […] My Friend The Stewman Please go and say hello to my friend, the Stewman. For some reason, they think I would make a clever, or at least interesting blogger.  I don’t […]

  3. Welcome! I second CLC’s comment re SQ and Coma. Enjoy it for what it is. Will be back :).

  4. Hi, Stew. I’m looking forward to following your blog.

  5. Welcome to the dark side world of blogging!

    I’m looking forward to reading your stuff. Best wishes and prayers to you as you are going through treatment.

  6. Hey Stewman ;
    This blog thing is really quite cool. Coma, can help, aid and assist you in this new endevor of your`s. The idea that you will write in regard to your Cancer and treatment is great. Great in that, those of us, who have not fought cancer and those who have…can get a better understanding ! I did almost the identical thing, while waiting on a new heart ! My Blog > Underdog > http.//wwwsecondchance.blogspot.com./ < Was initiaaly begun, during the Goodyear strike. Now, I write about labor affairs,politics and Organ/Donation ! It`ll be great to read you.

  7. Sorry about your illness. I start blogging about the good, the bad, and the ugly of living with MS. Blogging is like therapy. I will link your blog and I look forward to reading it.

    When we live with a chronic or terminal illness, no matter how hard we try not to bite our love ones head off, it happens. I found that blogging helps in many ways.

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