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Hahaha, I thought you had given up on the 1000 comment thread, as it seemed to have disappeared from your front page a little while ago.

I think your reasoning for why our blogs are different is spot on. We are our own clergy. It's one of the things I love most about the chruch.

No, Typepad just has a glitch for the moment and I had to edit a template to get my recent posts to show on the main page again. I was worried I might have lost the entire 1000 Comments post, but it was just hiding out in the archives. Posts do this sometimes.

Dave, I'm hoping that blog commenting can sub for journal-writing in a pinch.

The only trouble is recovering all the hundreds of comments I've made over the past year and saving them for posterity somewhere other than the mysterious ether of cyberspace.

Oh well, maybe they'll make it into the great "Book of Life" and come back to haunt me ...

As far as gearing the blog toward both Mormon and non-Mormon lurker ...

I think that's fine if it fits your style. But realize that some non-Mormon lukers visit sites like this for the purpose of finding out what Mormons talk about when they aren't around.

I was just checking out BeliefNet and found your blog. You have the honor of being the very first blog I have ever read or responded to. I am a 69 year old female active member of the LDS Curch. I was just widowed 76 days ago and am still trying to come to grips with that. Keep up the good work!

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