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August 11, 2008


Brad Ruggles

First time visitor to your blog. To be honest, I'm exactly sure how I even got here (have you ever done that while browsing the web?). Anyway, I've enjoyed reading and snooping around (hope you don't mind) and look forward to checking back again soon!

Trisha R

Sorry to hear about your being under the weather. I'm glad you're on the mend though. Sending some prayers for health out for you. Hope you're getting a chance to enjoy that new baby and Abbie's pre-k days!

Lori Broach

Sigh. I meant "announcers." I'm so annoyed I can't spell.

Lori Broach

Feel better soon. The gymnastic announces are driving me crazy too.

Christopher [at] lightvox

Glad you're feeling better. I just figured twitter asked you to slow down. Now you should try doing video on your blog. Come on Mark take it to the next level. Can you juggle? Cause that would be cool if you juggled on video and please wear the shirt I saw you in the "Show Me Your Glory" (live) video on JCTV. Was that paisley? Just messing around. I think I had the same shirt.


Feel better, Mark. :)

Corrine aka Mama Gomer

Can you blow the fog horn, because I'm still in the middle of that fog. This one's taking a while to get over. Ugh. Hope you're feeling 100% soon!


sending you happy healthy vibes Mark! :)


Sorry to hear about the cold. I hope you are feeling better and back up to par very soon.


Sorry to hear about you being sick. I used to get sick a lot, sometimes twice in a month. I was beginning to wonder if you'd died since there was a severe lack of Twitter updates. :P

Feel better soon Mark!

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