Last March—the day before Synergy2009 to be exact—Frank was appointed Provost at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts.
That decision triggered a wild and crazy year.
We sold our house, packed up, and moved to New England (Boxford, Massachusetts to be precise) where, after 16 years in Florida, we are working diligently to winterize ourselves before the cold weather sets in.
(So much for all my gloating about being warm year round in Florida.)
I may be bracing for the first icy blast of winter, but it will warm the hearts of Red Sox fans to learn that Frank and I have a history of bringing good luck to the local major league team. The Phillies, Dodgers, and Marlins all won the World Series shortly after we moved into the neighborhood. So if the Sox win the Series in the next year or two, you’ll know why.
Adding a major move to my schedule didn’t slackened the pace of anything else. I’ve had my busiest speaking schedule ever with trips to Alaska, Minnesota, California, and Orlando. Next week I’ll be in Michigan, Indiana, and California again. I’ve signed a two-book contract with Zondervan, so I have my work cut out for me.
If you’re keeping up with Synergy news, you’ll know Synergy is exploding. In January, Angel Richard and I are taking Synergy north for SynergyChicago. Synergy2010 (March 5-7) marks our 6th national conference. Registration is now open for both conferences. To stay informed about Synergy, sign up for the Synergy newsletter here.
Bundling up in Boxford,