Saturday, June 04, 2005

Jolly Old England

Well, I have a possible assignment next year at Saint Mark's College in Audley End, Saffron Walder, in Essex. It is a "residential youth and children's acrivity and retreat center." The site dates to the 13th century.
One of the strange things I may end up doing is teaching kids, "archery and trampolining." When I told my mother this this morning she burst out laughing. For those of you who don't know I'm not particularilly blessed when it comes to cordination. I think she had visions in her head of a bunch of young british folk scewering themselves under my supervions.
That's the info for now. I'm going to call tomorrow, see what's up.


kd said...

Scewering could be fun.

Christopher said...

Child-kababs. Oh my. You wouldn't believe all the jokes the folk here in Eugene have came up with about the Trapoline/Archery mix. From me becoming Robinhood with a merry band of bouncing archers, to making the kids bouncing wear shirts with targets on them, and so on.
All in good fun of course.