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December 19, 2008

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Diane

It's too bad the name has to go down with the blog. I think it's my favorite blog name yet. I hope to find your wit someplace else then. Oh, and you had to bring up Old Yeller. I saw a commercial for it (yes, really) recently and it brought a lump to my throat. There are a few movies you never see more than once (like Schindler's List & Sophie's Choice) and that's one of them.

Thanks for the good read. See you at a spring concert!

Mike Morrell

Looking forward to What's Next!

bnpositive

Here's to the old and let's ring in the new. Hopefully someone has talked to you about the benefits of WordPress over Typepad though. Hint. Hint! =)

Sabrina

Your blog has been awesome-- kind of sad to see it go! Kind of sad to see that dog go too, but it had rabies and that's an incurable disease and well.... I don't really know where I'm going with this...your blog will be missed (sob, sniff, sniff-- dude, I need a tissue), and I really look forward to whatever you decide to post in the future -- Really interesting analogy-- a dog and a blog.

Melinda

Buh-bye! It's been great!

JanetRN

Well I'll be sad to see it go. But I guess change is coming to America... in more ways than one :-)

Dawnifer Gomer

I, too, will be sad to see this blog go. It is always a highlight of my day whenever you write something. Refardless of what the subject is you put your own little personal touch on what you write and make it interesting for all. As far as my own life, I would have never dreamed I would have gotten so hooked on all the neat online stuff you've showed us. Twitter is just awesome and I have made so many cool friends through it. My beloved Tumblr (lame as it may be)is the closest I come to a journal so for that I say thank you!

I do hope you keep the SRC around. If you really feel sad you can go back and check to see who you owe prizes too! Think "Cooter" and it will jog your memory!

Rick

There's nothing that helps getting interested in blogging again like starting a new blog.

Thanks for letting us keep up, Mark. Looking for you in the PNW some time soon.

Scot

Thanks for the good times. I will miss the blog.

Dee

I just want to Thank you- this blog was the first blog I ever read. Didn't even know what a blog was until ... what... late 2003 or so. So thank you- I actually dedicated my blog to you when I created mine. Anyway- its been great- thanks!

Lori

I'm a little sad that you are getting rid of this blog, but I think I understand. I'm in the middle of some major life changes, which I don't like at all, but unfortunately, are necessary.

I have good memories of your blog. I found it from a link on another blog. I had no idea who you were, wasn't familiar with Third Day, but I loved the name "This Guy Falls Down." I knew I had to follow you when you said that you liked the Sammy Hagar years of Van Halen and that one of your memories involved listening to "Rhinestone Cowboy." I sing that song when I'm blue. Besides you, I don't know anyone anywhere near my age that has heard of the song.

I really enjoyed the Summer Reading Club. It helped to keep me sane during some rough times. I had forgotten how easy it is to be engrossed in a good story.

Overall, I've enjoyed seeing the world through your eyes. It's been a fun ride. I wish you luck on your next adventure.

Melanie

Call me old-fashioned, but I still have my blog. Twitter is great, but one liners are insufficient. :)

I might cry just like the end of the movie, IF you don't start something new. LOL But I am always looking forward to what you have to say.

God's blessings, and Merry Christmas!

--Melanie

doodah

Well, though I don't comment here, I follow this blog. Thank you for keeping it all these years. I've gotten some great book reccommendations from you! Will follow you in the other spots while waiting for the next big thing.

Wendy

I've enjoyed this ride. Will be around wherever you decide to pop up again.

But as Traci mentioned...you left the Bookclub souls in the lurch...man we worked hard this past summer trying to read and write reviews...can't I get a concert ticket or something for it??? ;)

Michele

So "This Guy" has "Falls Down" for good. R.I.P

Pixie Wildflower

Blogs are like our scrapbooks, aren't they. Very hard to do away with.

Corrine

It takes a brave man to do the right thing and embrace change. I walk to the edge of the stage and in the way you have done so many times before, I salute you.

Adam Riggins

Man, I have been coming here since '03, so if you do put 'er down, it will be a sad day!

eric darnell

Might as well. Blogging is hard work. I have wanted to start one up for a while now but I just can't bring myself to do it. Here's an idea. Why just do a photo blog. Take photos w/ your phone and upload them straight to your new blog. No explanation or text. Just photos and comments. Hey I think I'll do that. It's my idea. You can't have it. J/K.

BTW: The 1 and only time that I saw you guys live was in 1996 at Atlanta fest. That first album was huge! I mean finally Christian music had their own Hootie and the Blow Fish. J/K. Your music has been inspirational in my life. Thank you for making it.

Gregg

Well, this is a fine time to pull the plug! I just found the blog...believe it or not, not because of the Third Day thing, either (though I do have at least one of the albums!).

I think I found it through a comment you made on twitter about a band that I also liked. Weird how the whole social media thing works, isn't it?

That being said, it doesn't seem like too many blogs have a long life. They serve their purpose and the authors move on.

Looking forward to what you come up with next.

Kenny

Bro, you got me started on typepad (over 4 yrs). Thanks! I too almost pulled the plug a month or so ago. Actually I was going to transfer it over to another service provider, but once I made the change, I just couldn't do it. Haha, that sounds so sad:-)

With Posterous, Twitter, etc., I'm too in a season of change. One that has me thinking about dropping all of it honestly. I'm sure I'll keep plugging along though, just at a slower pace.

I become bored with almost everything, which is something that I've been workin on. Time for me to change too.

Peace!

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