Homeward Bound

I’m waking up in North Carolina this morning, and will be home tomorrow after one more workshop and show this evening.

Had a wonderful show at UNC last night, where we raised some more money for PEG.  This last week’s shows have raised about $1500 for projects in Guatemala, most of which will go to support the Chacaya project that Eric and Jason are cycling across Canada to support. You wouldn’t think that college students would be the ones to go to for fundraising, but their generosity is pretty impressive, and it underscores one of my big topics these days: that the small changes DO matter.

I counted up on a plane to Texas a few days ago and realized that I’ve spent a total of 29 days at home since New Year’s Eve, and we’re most of the way through April.  The next few days at home will be a real treat.

 

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4 Comments on “Homeward Bound”

  1. Cat W. Says:

    Hi David, Just wanted to say thank you again for last night’s show, and for all the shows during the past 10 years that I’ve been listening to you. You’re so right, the small changes do matter, and you should know that you’ve made more than a small change in my life. I’m really looking forward to hearing about all your adventures to come. Thank you!


  2. Yay for being back home. I miss Black Mountain . . .

    Speaking of small changes you might be interested in the folks over at CoolPeopleCare.org. They’re doing/encouraging along those lines.


  3. It was so good to see you last week. I’m glad you are getting a little time at home.
    Hugs.


  4. Oh, I forgot to tell you I put a post about PEG on my blog. Hope it helps.


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