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Mark -- something of the sort you describe here just occurred with Tim @ Useful Lunacy in my post about story. He tracked back to it and continued the conversation, expanding on what we are saying there.

Steve -- I can see that you're having fun. So if a voice and an attitude can come through on a site, imagine the possibilities...

Roger -- I end up breaking new ground wherever I go so focusing on the destination is not really an option for me. Although I do tend to plan, I let the story unfold, too.

First let em say that your were certainly under-appreciated where you were. You will be a great asset wherever you go.

My story - is slowly being revealed online, in print and everyday. Just trying to remember to enjoy the ride and not just focus on the destination.

My story? Blogging is an adventure, and I don't actually know where it is going. But I am certainly having a great time getting to know my fellow travelers (including you!)

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