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Great post!!
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Great article. The truth hurts. Thanks for sharing.
Well said. See you at church!!
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Mar 15, 2010
Great pics!! Excited for ya'll!!
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Anything historic about Agricola????? It's been here forever!! That's pretty historic!!
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I don't like to talk about "trashy" things in my posts. Ha!!
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I love how her hair is sticking straight out!!
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It's still here!!
Toggle Commented Sep 17, 2008 on Mid-week at A day in the life of...Mark Williams
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Thanks...the moon just caught my eye that night.
Toggle Commented Sep 15, 2008 on The moon at A day in the life of...Mark Williams
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Thanks Tank. It was definitely fun after sitting inside for awhile!!
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I actually noticed that she didn't say that she was proud to be a wife. Because the station I was watching, immediately had a face shot of Bill after that. Humorous.
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I kept waiting for Hillary to say, "It's mine...You can't have it!!"
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I'm still trying to tweak it to get the size right.
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Shouldn't Croom be at 2-a-days right now? I think GP is coaching defense this year for Miss. State.
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Yeah...that reminds me of when you used to come in from Cross Country practice when we lived on McKee St. in Starkville. You would sit down with a half gallon of ice cream and watch wrestling.
Toggle Commented Aug 6, 2008 on Weird at A day in the life of...Mark Williams
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He did enjoy it....although he had a red belly after he landed with a belly buster.
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Removing it was definitely a preemptive strike.
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It was an amazing moment. I can't wait to share more about it.
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Neil got it. The "wrong" part of the equation is the fact that others would have to eat more than 24/7, which is impossible. I found it humorous that the "average" termite eats 24/7.
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Yeah....I don't remember that kind of stuff when I went to camp. We are continuing to step it up.
Toggle Commented May 13, 2008 on Camp Update at A day in the life of...Mark Williams
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Mike, Great response. I agree with much of what you say. Especially allowing God to work through our weaknesses. I think it's good to have people who are GREAT at what they do. That does not diminish those people who rise to the occasion. In leadership, I do see it as beneficial to have people lead through their strengths because they are leading. It would do me no good to "lead" someone in playing a 4-3 defense in football. Why, I don't know all the assignments. It would be a "weakness" for me. Now, as a member of the team, I can work through my weakness to learn the 4-3 defense, but I can't "lead" it. That's my point in saying that "in leadership, we should play to our strengths." Now, if someone came to me saying, "Mark, will you lead us in pulling off a youth retreat, family retreat, or Kids' Camp?" I can can go into that leading with the gifts that God has gifted me with, and do it with EXCELLENCE." Also, in leadership, those things that we are great at are developed over time. Personally, I had to allow God to "grow" me into being proficient in leading certain areas. The bottom line is you must be willing to take a risk to become better at what you do. Many times, people don't want to take the risk. Thanks for the comment!!
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