So what do you do all day ..

Regular readers will notice that there has been nothing to read this last few days.  It’s not often that I get seriously overloaded, but this week has had a bit of that and more besides.

We did interviews for our Casting the Net Development Officer posts.  It was as interesting as you could wish for – as you would expect when you move outside the comfort zone.  Fascinating people and good interviews.

We also did two evenings of ‘Thinking through Lent’ – in Perth and St Andrews [where a post-grad qualification in theology is a qualification for residency]  This time it was about how we come to have faith – I failed to manage a date for my conversion.

As if that wasn’t enough, some difficult stuff got sorted out in the background.  And we have 200 yards of slightly odiferous fishing nets outside the back door of the office.  But what are we going to do with them?

3 comments

  1. Depending on the mesh size, old fishing nets make a great cover for fruit in the garden – to keep the birds off.

    We had an expedition to the East Neuk 20 years ago and came back with a wonderful net which does the business anually, although we have to mend the occasional hole.

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