Jeez, you mean there's more to the world than blogs????
Hey, Your writings here are priceless. I have been really enjoying hearing what you have to say as "I've been on the mountain too". It is a blessing knowing others are thinking the same. Keep up the good work, you know you are making a difference- Anyone and everyone waiting for more writing, hopefully, is fully aware that you have a life/job/family as primary priorities first... Besides, patience is a virtue and a learned skill. I consider waiting for something that I value a good training exercise. Nuff said...Thanks, Rock On, and God Bless! from JO:)
I'll take thought and quality over quantity. Thank you for the series and for making me think about things I don't like to have to consider.
Looking forward to it. I need to read about something other than Nobel "Piece (of xxxx)" prizes. Poor Alfred is probably rolling over in his grave.HankH
Looking forward to the new post... type man, type!No pressure.
Pressure! I want triple my money back!or something. when you get to it.
I suppose I am among many here who have been compulsively checking your blog with much anticipation of part II.I feel especially foolish, as Google Chrome provides a preview of pages recently viewed. I click anyway just to be sure the update isn't stale.I mention this only to show my appreciation for your writing and insights. Good luck, and I'm sure we'll all continue to monitor any updates.
Looking forward to your upcoming post, Matthew. Previous episodes in the series have been fascinating reading, and, who knows, they might even prove useful someday, though one hopes not!
It really wasn't fair to you... I stumbled across your blog and in the first reading read almost all of it, the next day, I read the rest... its awesome. I love it, please, please don't get discouraged about writing since you (like the rest of us) have a day job.
Hey, Guy from Ossage AS here, good blog. Will be willing to do what we talked about.
Can't wait to read the next post!
Glad you're OK and have just been busy.
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