Home again, home again, jiggety-jig

This week had its own interesting stuff. On Monday and Tuesday I was involved in meetings with experts brought to Nassau by Daniel Glaser, NESTA Fellow who worked with Winston Saunders during the latter part of 2005 and the beginning of 2006, and who co-wrote with me the Draft National Cultural Policy.  Meetings were held regarding the creation of a Junkanoo Museum, and regarding arts and business in The Bahamas, and they were very good meeting indeed.  Then on Wednesday I flew off to Crooked Island, Long Cay and Acklins for Festival adjudications.  I returned yesterday.Hope to be grounded for a week or more at least.  Need to be grounded.  Need to set up new offices in a semi-permanent space, and to get my head around the big things that should be happening this year.Need to write some more Essays on Life, too, egad.