Back in the Blog-groove

Well, i am back in london, as you might have guessed. i took 2 days to hang with the family to make up for my absence in norway. we went into london and celebrated hannah’s 6th birthday party. yesterday we spent time with maggie blick and co. from australia, and then hooked up with joel buchanan from montreal. joel came back to our little apartment to hang out, and then left today for canada.
this morning i met with shannon hopkins at gatwick airport, on her way to houston, and dropped off a suitcase that jessica stricker left behind, the same jessica that will be reading this today to see if her suitcase is really coming back to usa or not.
Right now i am in an internet cafe, outside of jonny bakers office, catching up on email. bob carlton has a good article for me to read on the “Bottom Up Economy” and there are a whole lot more emails to respond to.
soo . . . . its over and out for now. hoping everyone out there is off to a great start to your week!

Andrew

Andrew Jones has been blogging since 1997. He is based in San Francisco with his two daughters but also travels the globe to find compelling stories of early stage entrepreneurs changing their world. Sometimes he talks in the third person. Sometimes he even talks to himself and has been heard uttering the name “Precious” :-)

5 Comments

  • i’ve been refered to your blog by jj (now in japan) as well as found you on the http://www.vintagefaith.com/ as i was browsing through the alternative worship/emerging church pages. you might also know linas andronovas, who studied at IBTS in prague – i think the “cutting edge” mentioned that you were in some relationship to the seminary. the idea of the emerging church is very interesting and intriguing. i’d definitely like to find out (and, mind you, experience) the concept.
    another thing i wanted to ask – why people blog, especially those, who are in this church approach? i like the idea myself, but i’m interested to find out the reasons that others have.
    thanx a mill.

  • welcome to England, Andrew. Been reading your blog for a while now. Judging by the number of mutual friends we have, I feel sure we will meet soon; I look forward to it.
    [andrew] see you on saturday for the worship event.

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