Friday, August 03, 2007

BLOGGER ON THE ROAD

Dear Gentle Readers,

I know I haven't updated much since my grandmother's funeral, but life has been hectic preparing for the move to seminary in Boston.

It will even get more infrequent for the next few weeks, but I will try to drop in some notes from the road.

We are going to visit my family in Atlanta next week and Connie's family in Greenville the following week, then its off to Holy Cross were I hope to have a regular blog on life at seminary.

I am also hoping to produce at least a weekly podcast that will air on OCN's The Ark and the Rudder internet radio stations. Keep a look out for these developments.

Many thanks for the kind words of encouragement of late. Life is full but let us strive to make sure it is full of those things that will produce "fruit that remains."

Your intrepid almost seminarian,

Barnabas

7 comments:

seth said...

can't wait to see you.

Anonymous said...

Let me know. If you have the time, I would love to share a meal.

Joe R.

David Bryan said...

I was blessed to sponsor a fellow who will, Lord willing, be there with you this summer. He'll be the only Puerto Rican there, I imagine. Say hey for me if you see him...

Barnabas Powell said...

Me too, Seth.

Joe, I'm in town now. Let's connect. Email me at evanorth@gmail.com and let me know how to contact you.

David, I will look him up. I will probably be the only unreconstructed Confederate there so we will have something in common - our status as outsiders! :-)

Anonymous said...

Daddy, Dimitri and I were talking about Greatmaw today and I reminded him that she died.. and he said the most beautiful thing to me and I had to share it with you he said "Mommoy when you cry everything feels better.. I wish I could cry for Greatmaew and make her all better"... its funny how at the most strange time childeren know just what to say.. I love you!!

Kristin

Hello Mr. Powell,
I hope your move is "moving" on and everything is running smoothly. Say hello to Connie and Alexandrea for us. We miss and love you very much.

Love,
Al

Barnabas Powell said...

Thanks precious family. We ae in Greenville today adn planning to attend liturgy at St. George Cathedral tomorrow. We will be here until Dormition and then off to Boston by the 17th.

Much love. We miss you already.

Love,
Daddy

kpshorty said...

so I have broken down and gotten my own blogger. :o) check it out if you wanna. love you!!

Kristin