28 August 2005

A week of vacation

PyromaniacMy vacation officially began at 12:10 this afternoon. Darlene and I are flying to Tulsa first thing Monday morning. Unfortunately, I won't have time to post the usual "Monday Menagerie" entry before leaving for the airport. I do, however, have a great post in mind for tomorrow, and I expect to finish writing it on the plane, then post it either from the Dallas Airport, or from Tulsa soon after our arrival. Assuming the hurricane doesn't spin out weather that disrupts our travel, we ought to be in Tulsa by mid-afternoon tomorrow. So keep watching this space. I don't expect the vacation will halt the continuity of the blog.

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11 comments:

Cindy said...

Have a wonderful time in Oklahoma, Phil! I often visited Tulsa when I was in Bible college in Missouri. It always impressed me as a lovely city. Hope your flights will be smooth!

Dan Paden said...

Welcome back to Tulsa, dude. I drive all over the city, maybe I'll see you.

Kim said...

That picture of you makes you look much more serious than the other one does.

ThirstyDavid said...

Now there is a respectable photo! Not that I didn't respect you before...

Steve said...

That's a nice, sharp photo there. Given the intensity of your glare, I'm glad I've already taken care of confessing my sins to the Lord this morning. :)

ThirstyDavid said...

Phil, Since this post has no real topic, I'm going to risk going off-topic.

You once said that you didn't want to install haloscan backtracking because you would lose all previous comments. You can install backtrack only, and retain blogger commenting. It's two simple lines of code, and you can be done in five minutes.

Check it out.

James Spurgeon said...

Let's see, the Tulsa/Phil connection. Didn't Joel Osteen get trained in Tulsa?

Interesting.

Chris Freeland said...

Trust me. That photo has been airbrushed.

Steve said...

Phil: Sorry to be off topic, but I thought you'd want to know that an ECPA news release this morning announced that Christianity Today is looking for a new editorial vice president (over multiple magazines) and an executive editor. It'll be interesting to see who ends up filling those shoes...and to see if Christianity Today's "generous orthodoxy" becomes even more generous than ever.

How much longer till Christianity Astray becomes Christianity Betray?

DOGpreacher said...

What do you get when you mix Schuller, Warren, Roberts & Dr. Phil?
The charismatic, pop-psychology poster boy himself...the prima donna of pragmatism...the purveyor of positivism...ok, you get my point. Joel Osteen.

Joanna Martens said...

thats a nice picture of you phil. You look real sharp. ;-)