Afterwards I popped into the main Chinese group to say hallo but thought it unwise to stay all evening as I was starting to feel a bit used up. So home for an early-ish night.
Sunday morning I wasn't on duty as such, just present at church where Dik preached on Ruth 4 noting how Boaz observed God's law and how we should find God's law joyful.
The service was followed by a fellowship barbecue at a family's home in Cadaujac. The sun blazed down and I was just too warm with my sweatshirt on but I would have been chilly without it I think. It was good to talk informally with folks.
Then off home to drop off a now ailing Catrin and her mother on the way to the English service. Some students were back, others still not with us, but a useful time for those who were there. Are people scared off after the discussion of personal relationships arising from Samson in Judges ? Surely not.
This morning (Monday) a lie-in. I'm pretty bushed !