Wednesday, July 16, 2008


This has been a long break. I am sorry to have been away for so long. Life has been very demanding over the past month. I hope that I can now begin to pick up the threads again.

June was the wettest month on record here in Hong Kong and the rain has taken its toll especially on buildings like ours, and I am confronted yet again with various leaks. The trouble is it continues to rain so it is not easy to get them fixed. All very time consuming and frustrating.

This time of year is also very full of school activities. Graduation events, services, interviewing for new teachers and all the normal activities. I have no more news about the Corruption case, but will post when I have!

At the moment, I am trying to clear the desk ready for a holiday return to the UK and then, I hope, back to some routine! Thank you to all those of you who have kept visiting. I hope there may be something new for you to read from now on!

One thing I certainly am going to be watching over the Summer is how the Lambeth Conference goes. This is a ten yearly gathering of Anglican bishops from all round the world. This year they have many challenges to face not least talk of a serious split in the church.

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