The readings today were all the ‘Good Shepherd’ stuff – so there was a certain appropriateness about my 50 mile journey over the hills to Kinloch Rannoch this morning. The lambs seemed particularly new born on the hillsides and there was fresh snow on Schiehallion.
Among the things which have gone by this week, you might be interested in the William Bright Lecture at Glenalmond College – about whether religion is believable. The pupils – as always – asked some challenging questions. Journalists ask challenging questions but you can always answer a different one. Not in this case. I also produced this material for an Aberdeen Diocesan Listening Day on sexuality issues.
Meanwhile, the vegetable patch is coming into some sort of back-breaking order. Potatoes first, I think. Other more exotic stuff is in seed trays awaiting warmer weather.