Wednesday, November 14, 2007

How to Make Comments

I was asked how does one make a comment. Good question. Here is the answer.

Click on the title of that days blog, for example, you would click on

HOW TO MAKE COMMENTS

this will direct you to the blog website at http://michaeldeutsch.blogspot.com
scroll toward the bottom of the page and you will see comments, click on that and comment away.

Hope that helps.

4 comments:

  1. Hello Pastor Michael,

    Just wanted to practice posting a comment... that way, I will know how to do it when the time comes that I have an actually comment to make!

    While I am here though... I would like to mention that I really think it is neat that you have a blog. It is a fun way for the rest of us to get to know you and your family better! I started a MySpace a while back, but never figured out what to write about... maybe I will get inspired more as the amount of sleep deprivation goes down :)

    Also, just wanted to say that I think you are really fitting into our church very well. Thank you for coming in with visions of improvement and not just sitting and watching for a year!

    See you Sunday! Please do not throw up on baby Lydia during her dedication!!!

    rebecca schaffer

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  2. Thanks for the encouragement. I truly appreciate your comments. Sometimes when blogging the 2 most difficult points for me is not boring everyone with Deutsch stories and at the same time not telling too much that is too personal.

    At the same time, I really believe it helps people to know me and my family a little better. I am hoping more and more people will sign up.

    I look forward to Sunday as well.

    Michael

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  3. Pastor Michael,
    Hello! I am also practicing leaving a comment. I really appreciate your willingness and time commitment to host this blog. I think it helps us to get to know you and your family better.
    I just went to an ACV (Alexandria Community Vision) meeting tonight. There were a lot of excited people talking about their "passions" and vision for Alexandria. At the end they asked everyone to sign up for the committee that most matched their "passion". I figure hearing the same recurring theme 2 nights in a row must mean God is speaking to me! Being a task structured person I signed up for the Community Revitalization - that means we paint light posts, plant flowers, etc.
    I'm glad the boys are doing better. I missed Joshua in class Sunday morning. I really appeciate your energy and enthusiasm. I am so glad you accepted the call to come.
    See you Sunday,
    Debbie Garner

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  4. Hey Debbie - thanks also for the encouragement and praise. I'll always gladly accept it.

    I really believe we don't talk about passion enough, yet that is what really drives us. See someone with passion and it excites us; and leads us to experience and want to experience more and more of what God is serving up. Glad you are helping paint and beautify the town.

    I was hoping to go but had a meeting and needed to check on the sick crew.

    Michael

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