Apologies for the silence over the last few weeks: after a lot of dashing around to various places for various reasons, I managed to leave my muse somewhere, and just haven’t felt like writing anything. It’s strange how sometimes, the words just vanish – it’s not like, most of the time, I have any shortage of things to see, and opinions to impart. That said, perhaps you’ve enjoyed the silence…
Anyway, as I sort out the rest of the my life, my good friend (and semi-regular) guest blogger Anne Jefferson has provided a couple of posts for you to enjoy, which will go up presently.
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