Kate Gosselin reacts to "Kate Plus 8" cancellation

SANTA MONICA, CA - APRIL 16: TV personality Kate Gosselin signs copies of her new book "I Just Want You To Know :Letters to My Kids on Love, Faith and Family" at Barnes & Noble on April 16, 2010 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by John M. Heller/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Kate Gosselin John M. Heller

Kate Gosselin at her "I Just Want You To Know: Letters to My Kids on Love, Faith and Family" book signing on April 16, 2010, in Santa Monica, Cal
Kate Gosselin at a book signing on April 16, 2010, in Santa Monica, Calif.
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(CBS) Kate Gosselin seems to be taking the cancellation of her TLC series "Kate Plus 8" in stride.

The reality TV mom took to Twitter to express her feelings on the news, and assured her fans that "this is not goodbye."

Pictures: The Gosselin family

"We've had a great run!" she wrote in a series of tweets on Monday. "Six years of whirlwind fun-filled adventures thanks to TLC and our many, many supportive and diehard fans."

She continued: "While it is very sad for me and the kids (there were many tears at the breakfast table this morning!), we are looking forward with great anticipation to our bright future! As is very typical for me, I am choosing to see the positive in this situation and I am excited to consider many more invigorating opportunities that may come my way!"

Gosselin also noted that she "poured" her "entire self" to the show and the series before it, "Jon and Kate Plus 8," for the last six years.

As for her future plans, Gosselin says she hopes to work on another book and do more motiviational speaking.

"And maybe even some dating??!!" she writes. "We wish our fans well. And remember, this is not 'goodbye'.I prefer to say 'See you around!'"

The final episode of "Kate Plus 8" will air on Sept. 19.

  • Joyce Lee

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