One of the more difficult things about beginning this new life is writing up my CV ... telling the story of me and my work experiences so that people think it a good idea to hire me.
And I want to stay with the truth while remembering that it is about marketing. Modesty isn't really the way to go ...
So how do I define what I have done these last few years. How do I present my experience. And myself.
I'm not sure that I quite fit any pre-defined box but perhaps that's a good thing.
I have a working title for my job description but it's only a working title.
So, with my head broken after a morning of study and much thinking, I wandered off to visit with one of the neighbours - friends of my lovely friends, Kim and Andy.
What a delightful way to spend a couple of hours!
Diana is one of those wise women, a person I felt I had known a very long time. And Steve is kindness itself.
I have returned to my work station refilled and replenished.
So yes, it's all about me.
I photographed their 17th century wall yesterday, in the exquisite Autumn afternoon light ... there's a story to come about it all. Of patents, inventors and brick-laying inventions.