Saturday, February 17, 2007

It's cold outside

well I made it! Very tired but really enjoying myself, met loads of people who know people I know. Preached today, think it went okay!

I am so tired it's the equivalant of 2am right now and i haven't made the switch, so just escaped upstairs to the hospitality room for a few minutes of down time.

It's so cold, in fact it's that cold my testicles have shrunk so far into my body I have two small lumps in my throat.

My lips have dried out and my skin is in a bad way, I need to moisturise.

I also forgot to bring any deodorant, I'll sort it tomorrow.

Sorry for the short post, please remember Tracy isn't here to help me edit and when I am tired my filters are down. So if this is random sorry.

5 comments:

chris jones said...

Hey man
If you get the chance get someone to take you to Martins in Old georgetown - great old pub, great room in the back that my family and I went to a few times when we were there in the fall - read the articles by the bathroom - spies! woooo
Have fun!
chris

Rupert Ward said...

Good post Brian!
Hope you have a good time ... and get that deodorant and moisturiser!

Carlos said...

u use deodorant and moisturiser?

Brian Francis Hume said...

Brian,

I googled you and came across your blog, which I have linked to mine. It was so good meeting you yesterday in the hospitality room! You did a GREAT job preaching! I appreciate your humor, passion, and the challenge that you presented to us all to reach the lost. My wife and I are going to bring you some deoderant this morning in case you still haven't found any!!! Blessings!

Brian Francis Hume

Jake said...

Brian,
Heard some people talking about your blog so I thought I'd check it out. I haven't figured out how to link it to my own (like our genious friend Brian Hume) but I think I'll get it sooner or later. Just wanted to let you know that my wife and I really enjoyed your message at Grace during ATD. You all do some challenging stuff there in Ibiza. Your ministry and family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

God bless,
Jake