The life of a minister is never dull, and mine is certainly very full at the moment. It's also endlessly varied. Today I have exchanged emails on such diverse topics as disposal of chairs, and getting married in Scotland if you live in England! I have hunted out resources for an 'All Souls' service and been interviewed on the rationale underlying the way I conduct Communion. I've been at a small meeting about practical matters and had a telephone conversation about an upcoming visit, in an official capacity, to hear someone preach. I've half pondered a few ideas for next Sunday's sermon and I've had a conversation about archive materials.
In the days when my time had to be allocated to 'charging numbers' I'd have struggled today - some of it just didn't fit under any neat heading. But that's the nature of ministry - endlessly varied, often unexpected and sometimes delightfully surprising.
Not sure I have any 'normal' days this week, but I do have lots of interesting things lined up.