It’s been a very full week or so. My medical tests showed nothing of particular interest (an uninterestingness with which I’m very comfortable); I’ve been interviewing colleagues from around the University for my .2-time responsibilities to the Learning and Teaching Centre, celebrating All Hallows Eve at the Palais Faucher-King, going to meetings about our taught Masters degree curriculum and about the archives of Trinity College, and oh, hey, teaching a few classes, preparing for Margaret’s birthday (it was a wonderful day with gentle surprises and dear friends — thanks everyone!), and thinking ahead to tomorrow’s sermon at Keble College. We’re packed and about to leave for the airport.
All is well. Life is full.

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