More of the same. I wouldn’t call it quite “grueling,” but it was persistently demanding. Our facilitator led us through some very sensitive territory that touched on some quite raw nerves and had the potential to be explosive. It wasn’t, though some very frank observations were shared. My sense is that we made believable progress as a seminary board both in our ability to be courageously truthful with one another and to add further to the developing framework of a new and much healthier way of working together for the good of Nashotah House, to the best interests of which all of us are committed.