After any celebration or festivity Bishop would invariably remark: "We must do this more often."
In 2003 seventy Carmelite Nuns and the Superior General would visit our Monastery. We planned a Dance of Welcome with roses and candles, choreographed by our Sister from India, and seven Sisters practiced the dance in our Church Hall. One day Bishop peeked in the windows and later inquired: "Sister, what did you do today?" Sister replied with a list of duties but left out the dance practice. Bishop insisted: "What else?" adding: "I know what you did", and he proceeded to dance, imitating what he saw by holding an imaginary candle. A never to be forgotten hilarious moment!
Bishop could not resist a sale. Once when a celebration was planned he bought, day after day, quite a bit of chinaware, remarking: "It was on sale".
One summer, Bishop brought grapes and watermelons to men engaged by us for some construction. The men remarked that they never ate more grapes than that summer.