Tuesday, October 07, 2008

I'm off

If you're in Ireland you should get along to the day advertised above, it's the first time that we as a whole team will have traveled and done stuff together. Even my boys are coming it will be a great day. Saturday 25th 10am - 10pm.

We also have another thing happening in England it's on Wednesday 29th at a great restaurant called las iguanas at lakeside in Essex. £20 for the ticket which includes a great menu, it will be a bit of a fund raiser for all we do. I will post more details for that one shortly.

All the details are on my laptop which has charger issues, the charger broke this morning, I tried to fix it but forgot to unplug it! My Mac in general is dying, it doesn't hold it's charge, it's very slow, it's cracked, the hinge is bent, it's 3 years old and when I put it on my lap it makes my testicles hurt! Now I can't even use it until I get a new flipping charger.

I fly to Canada tomorrow doing some stuff with 24-7prayer Canada I am also speaking at a conference which should be fun, check it out here the best bit is going to be hanging out with Chris Jones and his family for thanksgiving, they have a shack up in the woods which should be fun. I didn't realize Canadians did thanksgiving but it turns out they were doing before their American neighbours.

On January 31, 1957, the Canadian Parliament proclaimed:
“ A Day of General Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed … to be observed on the 2nd Monday in October."

I am only away for 6 days, hopefully I'll keep you posted.


Alana said...

I'm so glad you're going to Canada and getting to experience real Canadian thanksgiving!!

Anonymous said...

Brian is it ok to come to this after lunch? We are doing some outreach that morning until 12 in Bangor (just round a few corners from Lisburn)

Anonymous said...

Hey Brian,

hope you have a safe trip to Canada, I met you briefly @ Autumn Soul 2 yrs ago, and am now living in Canada - I just checked out your event, but unfortunately you are WAAAAAY the other side of Toronto from me in Kingston!!

I hope you have a wonderful trip though, and I'm looking forward to reading your posts on Thanksgiving - this will be my first Canadian Thanksgiving too, so I'm excited! :-D