Thursday, April 05, 2007

Back Safe and Sound In the USA, but I Don't Know What Day or Time It Is

Well, after an unexpected 10 hour layover in Atlanta yesterday (because our original flight was canceled) which led to a 31 hour stretch of no sleep, I am thankfully here in Wilmore safe and sound. I'm fighting a cold, and the effects of Korean food, but other than that, all is well. I slept until 2pm today, and though my body is totally confused (my body thinks its 8:30am even though I'm living in 7:30pm... now you know why it's so confused), I am finishing up Chapter 3 of my dissertation so I can go home to Lima tomorrow and be with my family (who's been there all week since its the boy's Spring Break).

Thus, I'm whipped, but happy. I'll do a new "Ten Things..." next Monday, and then Wednesday morning I'll hit the road again for six more days journey to see All Saints Episcopal Church (Pasadena, California) and Casas Adobes Church (Tucson, Arizona) which are two my research subjects for the dissertation. Thanks for all the prayers regarding my time in Korea, and I'll try to share more about it while I'm on the road, again.

Also, I'd like to encourage you to check out Matthew French's blog. I don't think you'll be sorry if you do.

2 comments:

VergerLEV said...

Welcome to All Saints! We are an amazing church! Gearing up for Vigil and Easter now. All the best.
Gary

Matthew French said...

Bryan, Thanks for the shout out (that's what the kids say these days). I am ever more thankful for your blog and how it helped me reconnect with my good friend Jay. It's also been awesome to read about the BP program. Not only is my good friend Jay this year, but my good friend Dave is on his way next year. Praying for you and your family as you ready for the next step in your adventure with Jesus.