Today was meant to be different, but that is Africa.
Yesterday was the last of three days training for a group of church accountants from across Rwanda.
Once again the good ladies of Loanhead have done us proud. Well over a hundred sets of fish and chip jumpers for new-born babies have been delivered to Rwanda.
Back in March, we started our second children's porridge project in the Parish of Bibungo.
In 1994 the genocide in Rwanda killed an estimated 800,000 people and probably more. One of the many consequences was a generation of children who have grown up without parents.
We have decided to provide mosquito nets, locally called 'supanetis' for our Rutonde children. We needed a sackfull and more than would go into a couple of backpacks.
Three years ago we visited the community of Rutonde for the first time. One of the first people we met was an elderly widow living on the hillside above the road to Kigali.
With support from Loanhead Parish Church we are supporting a family living in one of the poorer areas of Kigali.
The road from Kigali to Rutonde is as dusty as ever.
The results of that Referendum were announced yesterday and the internet has been buzzing with the news.