Saturday, July 22, 2006

hi ho, hi ho

it’s on the plane I go
with a tired throat here and a drained body here
hi ho, hi ho

It’s been an excellent week’s Living the Text intensive and a great bunch of people to work with. The variety of people – lay, student, pastor – and of cultures and of generations has produced some fascinating learning. It has, I think, been the most experiential learning process I have been part of.

It sounds like Fuller are keen for this to be a regular occurence which I will take as a compliment.

But for today, I am really tired. Jet lag meant that I struggled to sleep at night and the mornings just got harder and harder. Nevertheless, I will take home some sweet dreams for my 13 hour flight across the Pacific Ocean. Peace to all.

Posted by steve at 03:36 AM

5 Comments

  1. Steve, I thoroughly enjoyed the 2 days of class with you and the group. I have been talking about what I learned with my church colleagues and friends. Great thoughts and inspirations. Thanks for what you shared and the long journey it is coming and going! Safe travels, In Christ, Julie

    Comment by Julie Hodges — July 22, 2006 @ 1:14 pm

  2. Glad it was such a good experience for you. May your jet lag be light and enrichment deep. :)

    Comment by Keith — July 22, 2006 @ 1:37 pm

  3. yay!
    see you soon!
    xx

    Comment by lynne — July 22, 2006 @ 7:10 pm

  4. hey steve,

    I hope your home reasting by now safe and sound.

    I just posted my 1,000 words the url above. I also sent you an email, but i’m not sure if you recieved it.

    Thanks,
    Jonathan bowden

    Comment by Jonathan Bowden — July 24, 2006 @ 6:28 pm

  5. Hi Steve,

    I found some time this Friday! I’ve just found a great herbal remedy for that air-conditioned speaker’s throat.

    It’s called isla moos. I’ve been using it to regain my voice during hours of teaching and it’s doing the trick. I’m not sure if it’s available in Aotearoa though, but you could ask your chemist.

    Comment by Craig (mars-hill) — July 28, 2006 @ 9:32 pm

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