Yesterday evening, for example, we were celebrating our "Messy 3 months till Xmas Eve". A great idea we had to bring Christmas forward into the gloomy times of Autumn. But we left some of the liturgical craft materials behind at the end, each thinking the other would pick it up. In particular, Jenii, my new Trainee Druid, is supposed to clear up after us, but she was a bit delayed trying to get out of the squirrel suit (Jenii's a size bigger than me, and is needing the animal suits for children's work taken out a bit).
So Drayton had his weekly "Fear and Self-Loathing in Husborne Crawley" service last night. He was mid-way through a detailed passage of the fate awaiting sinners. He looked up from his (rather detailed) text to see the reaction of the congregation. And he saw that they were all busy making papier-maché models of the Blessed Virgin.
This whole unhealthy co-location has got to end. Thankfully, Moot Houses don't take long to erect. The materials are all on site. We're just trying to round up enough Amish to get the thing erected.