It’s 4.03 and I can’t sleep…

July 31, 2010

… ok, not really. It’s about half eleven on a Saturday morning now and the final day of my stint as a guest blogger on CE. A vicious head pain got in the way of a planned post; however there’s little paracetamol cannot suppress for a while or at least until I’ve finished off this post.

I’ve not blogged as much as I’d have liked to, but I’ve got back into the groove. As iterated in my introductory post, it is an honour and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed writing to a larger audience. I hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have. I’ll take my leave now, and wish you all a very good weekend.

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