If you were from The Lighthouse Church and you started an outreach using a double decker bus then I imagine that you too would probably come to the conclusion that the best thing to call it would be … The Lighthouse Bus.
Before: a bus
After: The Lighthouse Bus
As well as The Lighthouse Bus website, there is also The Lighthouse Bus Blog.
My good friend Timmy is involved, hence the plug. The Lighthouse Bus Plug? Do buses have plugs?
Here’s some news that we’ve had to sit on for quite a few weeks, until all was finalised: Jane has a new job beginning in August working in Kirkcaldy for Aberlour Child Care Trust.
Jane’s new job will be as Service Manager for the Victoria Family Centre in Kirkcaldy, where she’ll be responsible for providing support for the staff, finding funding for the project, financial project management stuff … and other stuff. Probably.
The Victoria Family Centre:
provides pre-school child care and early learning for children from 6 weeks to 4 years, individual support to families, educational opportunities for parents, after-school groups and individual support for primary school aged children who are socially excluded. The centre also offers outreach support to families affected by parental drug misuse.
Jane’s certainly enjoyed her last four years working with The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and I know will miss that post. Maybe not the amount of travelling that she currently has to undertake, however.
I wrote a joke last night in my sleep. It was during a dream that I remembered quite vividly when I awoke.
The dream involved pirate ships, and a lot of swinging about on ropes, and pirates singing along to the song “I know what I like (in your wardrobe)” from the 1973 Genesis album Selling England by the Pound and a joke. This joke:
Lest there be any further confusion: the Infinite Solutions video tips are all for fun — don’t believe them, and please don’t go buying any electrical tape to stick batteries together, it could be potentially very dangerous.