So it’s been a bit quiet on here.

This is the first time in eleven days that I’m using my laptop. It’s not even been switched on once in the meantime. There are several reasons for it:

  • I’m still quite busy both with work and socially. For example this week’s Reading Tweetup.
  • I haven’t got the internet at home.
  • Which doesn’t bother me.
  • As I have unlimited internet on my phone.
  • My awesome, awesome phone!

My blog is, sadly, still looking bare and thanks to a large bill this week will probably remain without the CSS upgrade until December. Oh well.

Couple of long posts coming up probably this weekend though.

If I find the time!

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