After a great deal of time, I'm back! Friday, June 23, , There are no excuses: I suppose that the hard slog of trying to put something on my blog each day just got too much for me and then I took on some additional responsibilities. First, at the start of , I agreed that I would become Clerk to the Presbytery of Duns for a one year period to allow the presbytery to have time to find a new, permanent clerk. Second, the presbytery planning process ran into a small problem which resulted in one tiny congregation requiring to be taken into the Guardianship of Presbytery.
It required a minister technically an interim moderator , there was no money available to pay one, I live close to the little village church and, as Clerk, I felt responsible.
So in September I took on responsibility for looking after this tiny church. It has been fun and there will be more about this to come. The picture at the head of this entry is a picture of the church in question. It is called Fogo Parish Church and is extremely old. I took up playing golf still not very well — but there will be more of this to come. I continued to watch cricket at Durham.
Hot Hot Burger Bar. Everything is going very much more slowly now that I have so many other Church responsibilities but we still hope to get everything completed before our bodies give out! Share; Then I saw and considered it; I looked and received instruction.
Fourth, Tom and I are still working through our programme of building works at Mount Pleasant. Everything is going very much more slowly now that I have so many other Church responsibilities but we still hope to get everything completed before our bodies give out! At present we are working on the final phases of the Hen House — and there will be more of this to come as well.
Finally, we have our four dogs and they take up a great deal of time. Mix, my rescue dog, is now thirteen and he has three sisters: Rowan and Daisy both of whom are four and were born twenty minutes apart and their sister Bramble who is two.
You will hear much more of them if you continue to follow this web site.
Rachel and I live in our converted granary, next to the farm house in which my mother, sister Olive and brother-in-law Digger live. We are a happy community — all of us content to be officially retired except for Rachel who is now running a kilt school with her friend Ann.
The aim is to pass on the skills of traditional craft kilt-making and they all have a great deal of fun.
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