The silence that fell on this blog last week was unplanned; I was struck down by a rather evil bout of flu, which kept me bid-ridden for much of last week. Given that at certain delirious points I was half convinced I’d merged with my duvet or something, it’s probably for the best I didn’t try to commit any thoughts to the internet.
Anyway, this means I have some catching up to do, on the real life front as well as on the blogging one. Watch this space.
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