After 5 and a half weeks of travelling, I’m back home! One thing is for sure: Hug an Atheist hasn’t just taken over my life, it has changed my life. I can’t begin to express what an amazing journey this has been for me. Travelling through big cities and small towns, I have met so many interesting, inspirational and genuinely wonderful people; it has been a truly humbling experience. From insightful professors and former ministers to atheists with disabilities and some thoroughly in love couples, I’ve spent the past few weeks with a big smile on my face (ok, there was a tear every now and then too). I’ll be sharing little clips over the next few months that will clearly illustrate my words above.
Now that I’m back home and celebrated the new year, I’m in the office once more and busy planning the next part of this journey into all things atheism. All being well, I should be able to attend the American Atheist Convention in Austin at the end of March and I’m hoping to meet up with loads of you there. And I will be going to the West Coast to meet and interview a few more people for the documentary (if you are in San Francisco, give me a shout).
And in case you missed this on the facebook page on Christmas day, here’s a little clip portraying the atheists’ “war on Christmas” from the depths of Kentucky…
And for those of you that are new to this project, you can still help out too.