What I do

I was at a soirée last night, (I only go to one a year, and this was it) and had to explain what it is that I do. This diagram therefore seemed appropriate. Of course it isn’t strictly accurate in that I currently spend two days a week being an ecclesiastical web editor with special…

what-i-do

I was at a soirée last night, (I only go to one a year, and this was it) and had to explain what it is that I do. This diagram therefore seemed appropriate.

Of course it isn’t strictly accurate in that I currently spend two days a week being an ecclesiastical web editor with special responsibility for bolds/italics. But that is an aside.

I hope you have a good Thursday, whatever it is that you’re doing. Feel free to report back in the comments below.

7 Comments

  1. This is a very helpful diagram because it’s annoying when people ask what you do. I will now go away and do my own version… mainly sorting out bins obviously

  2. Of course most people would change the legend and swap Sorting Out the Bins for Drawing Funny Cartoons and the Thinking one for Lounging About in line with similar graphs of what Vicars do :p

  3. My husband sorts out the bins, usually on Tuesday evenings. Today I am spending time wondering how I am going to get anywhere, we have snow. It took daughter 4 hours to get to work.

  4. Dave,
    I have to say, I love your blog and cartoons, and you’re the complete blogging package because you always have such clever commenters!

    I unfortunately am not one of those today. I need the American translation for “sorting out the bins”?

  5. Bins = Trash Cans or Garbage Cans. The place we put our rubbish/garbage/trash to be collected. Almost everywhere now has several “bins” – one for paper, one for food waste, one for glass, one for general household rubbish etc. They are usually different sizes and different colours, and different ones are collected each week, so that although the “bin men” visit each week and empty the “bins”, each bin is only emptied every 2 or 3 weeks.

    1. LIz,
      Thank you for the translation. That sounds so much better than trash cans. I think I might start using it around here!

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