July 21, 2016
To my Followers,
This concludes the 2016 real-time version of Tom Thomson: Journal of My Last Spring. This has been my fifth annual edition.
I want to thank everyone who has followed, or more importantly, believed in me on this adventure. There is no greater motivation for me than followers who have made this story their own story too, and this has truly given me energy to carry on each year.
I also want to thank those who have pointed out errors, asked me questions, or provided me with new information to add to the story. My goal, if all goes well, by 2017, is to have the most accurate and detailed timeline of Tom’s last months on this earth. This includes the detailed time after his sad and tragic passing.
I remind you that there are still lost clues and sketches out there to be found. The mystery continues and I am gathering clues to what might another solution to the mystery.
I hope that this story, after 2017, 100 years after Tom’s death, will tweet in perpetuity on an annual cycle for everyone to learn and appreciate a defining moment in our Canadian history.
In the meantime I will return once again in real-time on November 28th, 2016 (100 years on from 1916) with the fifth edition of Tom Thomson: Journal of My Last Spring. Leading up to this date I will be intermittently tweeting, adding journal entries, or doing the occasional haunting and solving the mystery.
If you’ve enjoyed Tom Thomson’s Last Spring, I’d love to know. Tweet to me, re-tweet me, favourite me or mention me or send me an email at email@example.com .
I can’t predict what will happen next year. Something, to be sure.
2 thoughts on “A Note and Thank You to My Followers”
Thanks ‘Tom’. It’s been a pleasure for this first time tweeter. Hope you’ll keep in touch. 🙏😘Nancy
You have inspired me Tom to use a Blog platform to publish the background of some of your art – after-all, you are a weatherman. I plan to start on your birthday more or less, and publish a couple of times a week as I get the time. Please correct any oversights and feel free to add your own details Tom. I look forward to your contributions Tom!