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November 13, 2007


Sean P. Dailey


Such a beautiful post, Tim, that I got misty-eyed. :-)


Great blog Tim! I'm happy you decided to take the plunge. I also very much admire your grand project - sounds positively divine in many senses. I've been itching to do some homebrewing myself, you've motivated me again. I look forward to reading the blog, great start!

Tim J.

Thanks for the comments! Please comment or e-mail me with any problems with the combox or suggestions to improve the blog. One thing I noticed is that the font in the post body is pretty small, so I'm going to try and fix that.


Didn't know folks in Arkansas even knew about bleu cheese. Don't think they did in my dad's hometown, Cedarville.
You're making me hungry.

J.R. Stoodley

That post made me hungry too, so I'm off to find something to eat.

Interesting though that your blog knows my name and URL already the fist time I'm visiting. Creepy (j/k it must be a typepad thing).

J.R. Stoodley

I have to wonder why you require email address though.

Tim J.

I'm taking care of that e-mail requirement right now, J.R..


Celeste, bread, and cheese...a chemically perfect meal.

Dean Steinlage

Oh goody!
Another blog to feed my adiction, er, visit on occasion.

J.R. Stoodley

I just wanted to mention since I was rather critical of your Immaculate Heart painting that I really like this Bleu Cheese & Beer one. I don't have a particular reason why it just is good.

Do you paint landscapes? I think if I were a painter I would mostly paint landscapes in a style similar to the Hudson River School.

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