@macgenie So glad that you wrote that email and that @manton had the sense to bring you onboard! 🙌
@macgenie And we’re super lucky that you wrote that email.
@macgenie Very glad you sent that email! Thank you. And I love how one moment can have such a big impact. It's a good milestone to look back on.
@macgenie A moment where you recognised what you needed to do. How right it was.
@macgenie Looking back on a moment that changed your life, and has influenced the lives of others since. Thank you for your decision.
@macgenie So glad you sent that email and that you contribute so much to what is so wonderful about the community here.
@macgenie Your willingness to act on your self-knowledge is our good fortune, Jean.
@macgenie this is so lovely!
@macgenie Been quietly reading and listening to your work here over the past year or so. You do a wonderful job and the platform is so much richer because of it.
@macgenie And we here on Micro.blog are all the better for your decision, so thank you!
@macgenie We are so lucky you’re in this spot! If you eventually leave Twitter, the worst thing will be the people there who won’t learn from you about Micro.blog. It was because you kept talking about it on Twitter that I finally checked out M.b. I figured, “Jean is excited about this and believes in it, so it must be great.” ❤️
@macgenie One of history’s great turning points :-) This place would not be the same without you and your hard work and podcast-hustling.
@macgenie (Also, I love the “email as historical archive” part; it is for me as well.)
@twelvety I know what you mean. I feel like I have to make sure the lifeboats are filled to capacity before abandoning ship. I think getting off Twitter will be a process too.
@macgenie love this. I'm glad you wrote to Manton and that we have met via MB! :)