The Celtic monk, abbot and bishop, Saint David, who helped spread Christianity amongst the pagan tribes of Wales died exactly 1,421 years ago today. Despite being separated by more than a Millennium and a half, the members of today's Welsh Assembly could do worse than take heed of Dewi Sant's most famous teaching: Gwnewch y pethau bychain ("Do the little things").
In other words: it would be far better for Assembly Members to prove that they can do the little things well (i.e. the already devolved powers) before wasting time seeking a referendum on further powers.
In the meantime, the Druid wishes all of his readers a happy Saint David's Day - enjoy your cawl!