Tuesday morning and its really cold

Snapshot of me right now.
Normal sleep pattern last night (last night i woke up at 3am)
its 8:17 am and i have been on the computer for one hour.
I drank 2 cups of tea and 1 coffee.
The 1 coffee is still being drunk.
My wife wants to go to Berlin today.
I saw my dad in a dream last night. Crazy dream. I went to a large school meeting in a foreign country. I was asked to go to one of the rooms where there were 200 kids, and explain Thanksgiving, and then lead them in a prayer. My dad was there, dressed in a cheap suit, with one button missing and the top button done up, but he still looked great. He was real proud to see me and i gave him a big hug.
I have to do administraive work today which I hate.
I would rather be writing my book.
I am thinking about my next conference which is in Norway in 4 weeks.
I am looking forward to seeing the Carters from England this weekend.
I wish coffee wasnt so bad for me.
According to my smart computer, I am listening to Babylon from the album “White Ladder” by David Gray.
My van is getting its brakes fixed.
My kids are still sleeping.
There is snow on the ground, but not much.
Yesterday i went into a coffee shop with Samuel, my 12 year old son. It was freezing outside and when we got in, we touched the table and said “hey, they heated the table.” And then the wall was heated also. But we noticed that there was no heater there – it was just room temperature and we were so cold that we thought . . . ahhh . . . dang its cold over here!
Email this morning: Are you Andrew Jones the center fielder of the Atlanta Braves who make 11 million dollars a year to catch fly balls and hit home runs??
Yeah, right.

Have a great day everyone. Thrive. Blossom. Keep step with God. Walk rightly. Have fun.


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.

1 Comment

  • brad says:

    i dunno, but i think you hit a home run every now and again …
    “show you the money!,” thatz what i say.

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