Wednesday, July 06, 2005

A quick thanks

I'd just like to thank everyone who has already been so helpful and encouraging. I figured I would have little if any impact in anybody's life. I was toying with the idea of a blog so that my friends and family back home would have a place to get current information on me, and see what kinds of crazy things are going on in my head. This is turning out to be much bigger than I ever expected.

So thank you. And a special thanks to those of you who have blogrolled me.

If you have any suggestions, or comments. Please, feel free to let me know. I'm new at this.

-Smith

Comments:
You are going to do well. Keep at it and post lots of pictures. You may not consider the pics of much interest, but they are to those of us "at home"
 
Hey,

Don't be concerned all that much with your "audience". Post what you want to, what interests you and what you believe should be known or shared.

Its not all about us, or even all about you, but it is all about the magic of sharing and caring.

Its the magic that binds us all together.

Continue the Mission

Papa Ray
West Texas
USA
 
Smith,

You are going to do great now. You have TWO Texans reading your site. You have lots of prayers and back up now.

Hey Papa Ray, I'm a Dallas Guy and a Nam vet also. Howdy and Welcome Home.
 
"I figured I would have little if any impact in anybody's life."

I'm glad you figured wrong. Best wishes on your goals. Keep up the good work and Thank-you for everything.
 
Just write about what interests you. Try to enjoy it. Nobody's paying you to do it, so it needs to be fun for you to keep it going.

Stay upright and breathing!

Best wishes from Wisconsin.
 
Nice work on the blog buddy. Here's a quick hi from a guy in a little town in North Dakota that you may know of. It's great that you're able to keep up with all that's happening in the world while you're serving. God bless and keep up the good work.

dirk
GF, ND

P.S. This is my first blog post and my first blog viewing, but it seems like a great way to share personal thoughts and views of situations. I like it.
 
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