Bowie died earlier in January after a battle with cancer

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Two weeks after his father David Bowie‘s death, Duncan Jones returned to social media to thank fans for their support.

While Jones briefly used Twitter last weekend to share a doctor’s emotional memoriam for his father, the English director had remained mostly silent in the wake of Bowie’s passing.

“Hi all,” he wrote on Saturday. “Just wanted to thank you for the incredibly kind words & thoughts. I’ll be easing my way back into Twitter.”

Alongside the note Jones included a drawing of three hands giving a thumbs up, accompanied by the handwritten text, “Everything is good.”

Bowie died at age 69 following a lengthy cancer battle. The British icon had released his final album just a few days before his death.

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Jones, who also shared set photos from his upcoming action film Warcraft on Saturday, took the time to respond to several fans welcoming him back to the networking site.

“Thank you! Hope you are well,” he wrote in response to a fan.

The 44-year-old had initially written that he’d be “offline for a while” after Bowie’s death.

Bowie was discreetly cremated in New York City and his family mourned the loss with a private ceremony.