After Party

Hey – thanks everyone for turning up. And thanks for your prayers and thoughts. I will post more on those details soon. Here’s some screeners . . .

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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” :-)

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  • I was only able to drop in real quick to say hey – sorry I couldn’t stick around. (And if for some reason my little guy stood around by himself and didn’t respond to anyone, it was because I had no idea how to leave the room when I closed up the laptop and headed home. Eek!)
    Peace all the way from San Francisco…

  • thanks for the new experience. next time i will be less overwhelmed by the novelty of being a habbo and contribute to the discussion. in the screeners i see that chris seay was at the party. he must have left before i got there. i’ll hit you up on email about a trip down to the bahamas. chris and others are coming down in nov. peace and keep blogging, you inspire me!

  • Hey, Andrew. Sorry I missed the big day, but I sent my warm-fuzzy vibes your way.
    Here’s to another 25 — at the least.
    Peace,
    Andrew C.

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    A couple days ago, TallSkinnyKiwi hosted an online party to celebrate 25 years of journaling his pilgrimage, and to announce the new directions in his life. After sharing, the pulpit was moved aside and he hopped into the tub,

  • Yes, it was good to be there – though I ended up being disconnected before your ‘few words’. I spent half the time wandering around and trying to work out which ‘habbo’ was which person.
    Looking forward to whenever you kick off Suddenly Seminary again.

  • Andrew
    I did finally get into the party — quite late and only had a couple of minutes. Sorry to be away from high speed and able to participate more. Loved the idea and showed the hotel to more than a few people here in Seattle!

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