It took a while, but it is finally here!
I decided to do a little spring cleaning and redo, a little, my blog here and was hunting around for a suitable template to use that can present the entries in a more organic manner. So, after hunting around, I managed to come across this scheme and used it as the placement for the display as you can see it here. It may take a little getting use to, at first, but I think it will eventually grow on you and settle nicely into that little corner of your mind, sitting there unobstrusively and comfortably.
The only small drawback with this template is that I cannot display the labels, date and time of the entries. Hopefully I can resolve this later with any upgrade that may arise for this template. For now I have to put in the date and time manually, beginning with this entry. :-P
Meanwhile, it has been a slow week if not for a series of celebrations in honour of the final years who will leaving the Collegio when the semester ends in June. First was the Mass celebration in the chapel of the crypts below the Vatican. That was last Saturday, 16th May at 7.30 am. The chapel was the main one that faces the tomb of St Peter's where it can sit around 60 people. To the right of this chapel is the tomb of John Paul II.
Then on that same Saturday afternoon, we had football between the juniors and those of us who are leaving the Collegio. For both these occasions, I was the main photographer, as was always the case for festive or communal activities.
Something to do while waiting for that hour to arrive when I get to go off to Singapore!