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Just a long neck and a bird call today! That's it.

I wonder if there are any readers to this blog? If so, I wonder if you have any questions.

8 comments:

  1. ...Yes, I am a reader of the bog. I check it every day. I find it interesting and inspiring although I can't say I completely understand the "Hair Today" entry.
    I love the movies and animal sounds!
    ...Love and blessings to you and to all who can be found rummaging around here for little nuggets of wisdom and inspiration.
    --Allan Yeager

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  2. You probably have far more readers than you realize. If they are like me, they don't comment unless they have something specific to say. Although, I'm commenting now, aren't I :)
    I love the picture of you and your brother...it is very sweet.
    I'm really glad you are doing this. Thank you!

    Debbie

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  3. I check in several times a week to read what's roaming through the bush country of Edward's mind. Sometimes my camera's out and I'm capturing moments; sometimes I sit in silence and just let the essence of the place wash over me.
    Thanks,
    Sandi

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  4. I too have been enjoying the blog. I have one too, and I know how nice it is to get comments. :) (Feel free to stop by and say hi- anyone!)

    With such a big church, I like this forum as a way to get to know you and some others from the community a little better. My husband and I have been members for about 3 years and we are finally trying to reach out and meet some people!

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  5. Hi Edward and fellow readers. I too have been checking the blog a few times a week. I love the varity of topics and of course seeing pictures of the travelers. I really enjoyed following the Africa trip. (and India too) I would also like to add that I am really enjoying the "Spirit is Calling" journal. It has really kept me on track for my morning practice, but now it is asking me to check back in at the end of the day....hummm. Guess it really is time to turn in that cable tv thing. I have so many good travel memories, lately I have been doing my best to re-live my experience at the Tamarind Spa in Koh Samui. I have some lovely essential oil that I purchased there called balance. Remembering my time there has been especially helpful when I am undergoing eletrotherapy treatments for my jaw.
    Much Love,
    Diane T.

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  6. Dear Edward,

    I love your blog, I love your thoughtfulness,your wit, wisdom and humor. I check in every couple of days to see what's new. Oh, and so do members of my family who live in L.A., who have probably referred your blog by now to their friends, and so on, etc. These are the same family I send tapes of your services to... you may not realize just how much you get around! Thank you for doing this. It is wonderful!

    Lili Escovedo

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  7. Hello – My name is Mark and I’m addicted bubbles. Ya know that stupid little game Edward put at the end. It’s certainly not my fault. HE just kind of set it at the bottom as if nobody’s going to look there. And then leaves a tidbit of smelly bate at the top. Today is has turned into tomorrow and I’m pushing high score again, in fact I cleared the screen! Look at me go.. give a red one little arrow… um yes… it’s tomorrow, just as the last few days have turned into tomorrow with my cramped hand clutching & clicking bubbles.
    Oh LOOK the guilty one has just IM’d me, threading to cut off my bubble connection. Hey I did my chores first! Dang it. The hand that’s grasping the mouse seems to be attached to the arm that is sticking out of My body. Blasted, that ownership thing has reared it’s ugly head. Need to go visit mr pillow and contemplate all of this.

    Ps – anybody know where that thing is on the net?

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  8. Dear Edward,

    I love your blog, I love your thoughtfulness,your wit, wisdom and humor. I check in every couple of days to see what's new. Oh, and so do members of my family who live in L.A., who have probably referred your blog by now to their friends, and so on, etc. These are the same family I send tapes of your services to... you may not realize just how much you get around! Thank you for doing this. It is wonderful!

    Lili Escovedo

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