An important reason why I will – must – never,ever be a bishop

I spent the whole afternoon in the Victoria and Albert Museum.  Incredible.

One of the things I like about the museum are the hand’s on exhibits.

Here is your chance to try a reversal of the old adage about the iron fist in the velvet glove.

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8 Responses to An important reason why I will – must – never,ever be a bishop

  1. That. Is. Awesome. I’m incredibly jealous. So cool, Father.

  2. It was very comfortable and flexible.

    But… imagine this all over.

  3. Jack Hughes says:

    Well I may never be a Bishop Father but whilst i was in America I created an alter ego – Cardianal Von Dracula; a Traddy Prelate if there ever was one :), coming soon to blog format

  4. Agnes says:

    From one Minnesotan to another – Imagine slipping on the ice! Father has fallen, and he can’t get up!

    I don’t know why I’m imagining priests in suits of armor on the hockey rink.

  5. Tony Layne says:

    Thank you, Agnes, for a mental image which will stay with me for awhile!

  6. jflare says:

    Agnes:
    LOL!

  7. Rob Cartusciello says:

    You need to travel to the National Museum of Iceland in Reykjavik, where you can dress as a Viking raider in full mail with sword & shield.

    Not like I have a picture or two of me doing that….

  8. irishgirl says:

    Whoa, that IS very cool, Father!
    I wouldn’t want to be in a fight with that iron glove, though; could inflict some ‘verrrry ‘serious damage!
    I never got to the V & A on any of my trips to England…the hands-on exhibits look like fun!