I've no time for jetlag and feel pretty much back to normal which is a good job as it's been a very hectic day. I had the 8am service at St Oswalds, then came Messy Church - half term lull but still had 20 there then the short dedication service for the plaque in remembrance of our long standing bell ringer and tower captain Les Holt who died last year. It was my first 'faculty' akin to planning application for grade 1 listed building. Then it was the 11am family service , my oppo is skiing but I'd better get used to it as I'm on my own in April. Then it was back to start again on editing my films from the Asia trip. I've now completed all the films from Malaysia and am just doing the first of the Singapore DVDs. All the DVDs are going straight on to the PMP shop and here for reference are the covers for the Malaysian offerings both truck, tram and bus.
For the truck fans among you we start with our first day at Port Klang at the end of the railway line from Kuala Lumpur a journey of about 75 minutes from the capital.
As you can see the Malaysian truck scene was quire interesting and I thoroughly enjoyed myself and the choice of Port Klang seems to have given me a good starting place. The mix of European and Asian types gives us plenty to identify with and strive to learn about. Tomorrow I have the dentist visit to repair the filling which I lost on the Asian trip and to get my little IQ it's MOT certificate. Lots of other errands have accumulated not to mention a table full of DVD orders which must be posted out. I will get out and about with current British buses , hopefully several days this week and the two following weeks when Mandy is in Sri Lanka with friend Sue. I do have an assignment for my ministry course to get ready, three weeks to submission but I don't like to be rushing at the last minute. I also need to get my sermon written up as I deliver my first at St Oswalds next Sunday evening.
PMP Sponsors the North West Vehicle Restoration Trust at Kirkby.