So long, Over the Rhine… Biola, here I come!

Thanks to Greg Stump for volunteering to get me from the airport to a hearty lunch and then to Biola for the beginning of a marathon of interviews and meetings!

Got off to a great start by warming up with Over the Rhine at the Tractor Tavern last night, where you could have spotted quite an array of people from all circles of my Seattle life… from Anne my Favorite Woman in the World to the editors of Image to the Psychology office staff from Seattle Pacific to Bill Pritchard who once ran the famous Madison’s Cafe to a crowd from GreenLake Presbyterian Church to Bryan Rust to Bryan Zug… It was fantastic.

Got to chat briefly with Linford. And Karen tore off the ceiling and knocked down the walls with her voice… as usual.

Now, three hours of sleep later, it’s off to the airport.

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