Thursday, May 31, 2007

I'm moving to a new blog!

Go to imfreenow.blogspot.com.

This ends an era. It was an era of riding around the country with two cats. It also ends because I thought, foolishly, that if I didn't end now, I wouldn't have access to my blog posts beyond 300.

Oops!

Don't go to Journey Of One Step unless you really want to read!

14 comments:

Ben Worley said...

I found it, but you should provide a hyperlink for people to get to the new site. imfreenow.blogspot.com

Gabrielle Eden said...

Duh! Duh!

Bill said...

Hey, Gabrielle,
I just happened to stumble across your "old" blog article about The Well in Thailand. Have you been over there? Do you know Jim & Judy?

I was over there in April so I have some pictures if you'd like to see them or steal a couple.

If you're interested, you can visit my blog and click on the "Thailand" category in order to read the entries that I did from Thailand. My URL is http://www.billgraver.com

blessings,
Bill

Roseuvsharon said...

as the Lord leads

Gabrielle Eden said...

Wow, Bill, small world. I'd love those pictures. I needed some pictures as the photos in the letter were kind of blurry. Thank you. I don't know them well at all. My parents have received their mail, and they sound cool. I've sent them money. I want to do a short term mission with them some time. Amazing. How did you find me?

Bill said...

I'm still working on putting together photo albums from the trip. As soon as I'm done, I'll get them posted to my website. I'm also concurrently working on a short video and a longer presentation that I'll be giving at my church this summer. It's amazing how long it takes to get this stuff right.

Yeah, Jim and Judy absolutely rock, as do the other staff members there. As far as I'm concerned, supporting and doing things for them is a no-brainer because they are directly saving people who are precious to our God.

I have to warn you.... if you go over there for a short term thing, you really won't want to come back. I found that their ministry to these girls, and their families and villages, is infectious.

Gabrielle Eden said...

Wow, Bill, this is amazing. No coincidence. I hardly know them yet here is this direct lead to them. Thanks for this. I will go back to your site. Why isn't your site linked to you here? That would make it easier. God bless you.

Bill Graver said...

Whoops!
I guess I should have chosen "other" when posting so that my real web address shows up.

If you'd like to read all of the posts that I did from Thailand, just go to my site and click on the "Thailand" category.htt

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Ok, anonymous. I hope this crossroads to my other site is a good place for you to advertise. Good luck with that!

David said...

I'm glad to see you free again, dear friend.

Thankful Paul said...

Hello! :)

Gabrielle Eden said...

Hello Thankful Paul!