So, as some of you already read when I accidentally leaked my own blog post, my last day at Speaking of Faith was last week. Here’s an excerpt from the completed post on SOF's blog:


  But, the question remains how to say goodbye? Sometimes the best thing to do is look to those you admire. Included above is the last panel from the last comic strip of Bill Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes. It doesn’t exactly say goodbye, which is perhaps part of why I love it.


Apparently leaving your to job to pursue other adventures is the thing to do these days (go Colin!), and I’m not about to miss out in the fun — or the uncertainty and anxiety that comes with it. So what now?

Well after finishing up work last week in D.C. I bussed it up to New York City for a few days, which is where I’ll be moving at the end of this Summer. Some friends and I will then begin work on the yet-to-be-pinned-down thing we’re calling The Notion Collective, and my lovely partner Ariel is also coming — to head to graduate school. All very exciting news, of course!

But in the meantime, I’ll be in the Twin Cities doing what I’ve been doing so far. MNKINO is still up an running (in fact our next screening is next week), and we have a few exciting things planned for the WBSC this summer.

And, of course, I’ll also be enjoying spring/summer in the Twin Cities. So who wants to go to the beach?

So, as some of you already read when I accidentally leaked my own blog post, my last day at Speaking of Faith was last week. Here’s an excerpt from the completed post on SOF's blog:

But, the question remains how to say goodbye? Sometimes the best thing to do is look to those you admire. Included above is the last panel from the last comic strip of Bill Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes. It doesn’t exactly say goodbye, which is perhaps part of why I love it.

Apparently leaving your to job to pursue other adventures is the thing to do these days (go Colin!), and I’m not about to miss out in the fun — or the uncertainty and anxiety that comes with it. So what now?

Well after finishing up work last week in D.C. I bussed it up to New York City for a few days, which is where I’ll be moving at the end of this Summer. Some friends and I will then begin work on the yet-to-be-pinned-down thing we’re calling The Notion Collective, and my lovely partner Ariel is also coming — to head to graduate school. All very exciting news, of course!

But in the meantime, I’ll be in the Twin Cities doing what I’ve been doing so far. MNKINO is still up an running (in fact our next screening is next week), and we have a few exciting things planned for the WBSC this summer.

And, of course, I’ll also be enjoying spring/summer in the Twin Cities. So who wants to go to the beach?

Reblogged from beingblog, 3 notes, April 14, 2010