Monday, October 20, 2008

In the beginning...

Or maybe more like the middle. For the last several months I have toyed with the idea of doing a blog. I have hung with it, posting Notes on facebook, and at the encouragement of my good friend Rob have moved into blog world. Feel free to check out the previous musings.

So, welcome to my way station. I hope you find in enjoyable, amusing or at least interesting enough to stop back by as you journey along in life. A way station is just that, a stop along the journey. That way we can look back and share stories about the past and look forward to what the future has in store.

See you soon.

10 comments:

Todd and Tobey Thurston said...

Welcome to the world of blogging!

BetnyNonnie said...

I love reading people's blogs! It is like a permission slip to be nosey! I love it! Thanks for blogging!

ferromom said...

I am new to blogging and stumbled across yours. Have fun writing! Good to see a man who truly loves his wife and family! I'm big on family!

island of peace said...

thank God that you started the blog.

have a lovely week,
namaste,
trisha
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Adam said...

Glad you continued :)

Susan Deborah said...

Just stopped by to see what you first post was like. The beginnings are always interesting. They get better with time!

Joy always,
Susan

Margie said...

So, this was the beginning.
So glad I found you as I love reading you!

Margie :)

Heaven said...

I am reading it back too.... It's like a diary ~

Brian Miller said...

ha. you are cracking me up...there may be a few diamonds in the very rough back here...the first 6-9 months i had no clue what i was doing...lol

Wine and Words said...

The first posts are always the most interesting (mine are deleted unfortunately...before I decided not to take myself so seriously). I always go back to the beginning. I think I posted for a good year before I had a single reader. And look at you Brian Miller (follower of almost every blog I read) having three readers on your very first post and people (eh hemmm, me) commenting on the very same, still! Mighty. Very mighty.