I'm just back from a two-night trip in the campervan to Tobermory on the Isle of Mull to attend a Masonic centenary rededication ceremony. It has led me to ponder honour as a high-level value in my life and caused me to reevaluate my commitments.
I've included a gallery of the pages that I wrote while I was travelling so you can get a sense of what was going through my mind on the trip. It adds context to the decision I came to today to withdraw from a writing course that I enjoy and that adds value to my life in a very big way. Balancing commitments can be tricky and it takes exploration and analysis to reach decisions like the one I took today to withdraw from Foster Season 4. It makes me sad, but, at the same time, I feel that I've acted honourably. I'd be interested to hear whether you agree. I could quite easily have made the wrong choice. Lord knows, it wouldn't be the first time!