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I've missed you

Hello blogging world. I've missed you.

A lot has been going on here over the last week. Much of which I can't discuss just yet. When I'm able, I'll be glad to share.

Blogging to some extent is like working out. If you miss a few days it takes a little motivation to get back in and start again (at least for me).

I've missed you but I'm back. I look forward to sharing more thoughts from our church planting experience and lessons on leadership.

posted by Tally Wilgis @ Monday, August 29, 2005


At 1:55 PM, Anonymous Jim said...

Welcome back, man! I look forward to your thoughts and insight and I have missed you being around.

Don't push too hard until your blog muscles get loosened up again!

At 7:06 PM, Blogger RMc said...

I finally got to meet Sean Benesh and company from The Crossing Church in Tucson last weekend. We attended a Church Planting Conference together. He was shocked when I mentioned your name! Probably didn't think that anyone else in AZ blogged..... Pretty small world!

At 7:11 PM, Blogger Tally said...

Yes, I met Sean several months ago in Atlanta. He's a good guy. I'm glad you were able to cross paths. Good stuff.

At 12:17 AM, Blogger praynlady said...

Tally, I am also glad you are back. I feel like a blog (what do you call the people that hang around with the bands just trying to get in on the action?)... Well, whatever they are called, that is what I feel like. I can't do much but sit, so I sit at the computer. Even though I am not a pastor theologically, I do believe that I am a teacher. I am always interested in what you have to say and how you write it. I spend about 30 min. each morning and every evening going through the blogs that I read, looking for updates and comment responses. (sad huh?) I know, I need to get a life! lol One day soon, God will heal me and I will be able to go out into the world and do what He wants me to do. I will publish the book He directed me to write and I will help others suffering from the loss of a loved one with biblical principles. Sorry so long winded. My 30 minutes is up and I'm sorry I spent most of that taking up comment space here! lol
God bless, and follow Him through whatever is thrown at you and He will bring you to the end of the tunnel and still be holding your hand at the end.


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