Monday, November 07, 2005

 

How to leave a comment

I've had a couple people ask how to leave comments. At the end of each post, there is a line of information that gives the poster's name and the time of the post; for example "#posted by Jeremy Updates @ 10:44 AM". At the end of that information is a number, followed by the word "comments". If you click there, you will be able to leave a comment.

Comments:
Jeremy, we at Indian Creek Christian Church, are praying fervently and sincerely for your complete recovery. You are in the hands of a powerful and loving God who does all things well. And I am sure He will do what is in His will for you. Know that we care and love you. May God bless you, Peggy Steele
 
Jeremy,
I have been at the hospital to visit you and your family several times. I am not religious, but you have been in my positive thoughts nearly every moment of each day. You have been like a son to me, even though you were my manager. I will be there for you when you are recovering and learning to walk. You and your family can count on my support whenever needed.get better at your own pace, just get better!!
Love,
Ron Ellis
 
Jeremy,
You know my computer shortcomings. I think I have followed the instructions and believe that I will now be able to send you messages under my own name, not anonymous. After this transaction, we will see. If not, you need to tutor me when you are able.

Love,
Ron
 
Hey Jeremy!
You dont know me but you know my sister-in-law! ( Violet M.) I have heard about you in the past and she has kept me updated on all you have went thru and I would just like to say you and your family are in my prayers! I pray for you speedy recovery and that God be with you and your family at this time. To the family, I hope you stay strong in these times and God Bless!
Love,
Michelle B.
 
Jerm,
I am praying for you daily and you know you are like my second son. You!!!!!!! (and your Mom and Dad) are such special people.THANK YOU FOR CHRISTMAS! I will be there for you just like you were there for me when my dad was so bad. I know that we will laugh,talk and have FUN TIMES together just like before.YOU JUST GET BETTER!!!!!Tammy Brown
 
Jeremy,

I was shocked to hear about your accident. I have asked my family, friends and church to continually pray for you. The Bible says that God does not put us through anything we cannot handle and I know that you can handle this. You will be in prayers and as soon as you are feeling a little better I will come up and see you. Take care and God bless.

Mark Johnson
 
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