Normal service has been resumed and I would like to thank you all for your patience!
I have spent a lot of my free time (such of it there was) putting together a collection
of pictures and giving them captions. I once had over 120 of them and was
thinking about maybe having them published.
Now I only have about 60 due to an unfortunate copying error which
sadly wasn't noticed until my hard disk had been de-fragmented and cleaned.
You could describe that as a 'major bummer', although I have admit
that I thing 'F*&@ing catastrophe' is a far more accurate description.
What does the tittle have to do with this post?
Nothing at all.
That was the title of a post I submitted to my blog via Window's Live Writer
a few days ago, but for some reason it never saw the light of day.
I would re-post it now, but the draught copy is on a different PC and I don't have
access to it at the moment.
I have been experiencing turbulence (not flatulence) at work recently.
One of my colleagues downed tools and walked off the job without giving notice.
This left us (me mostly) with a lot of extra calls to cover.
This has left me with a general feeling of tiredness, of being unappreciated and of being
a stranger in my own home.
I have only had two days off in the last eight weeks and I find myself
wishing that I was not one of those people who has trouble saying 'No' when it
means I have to let someone down.
It's a hard wossname ... thingy-ma-bob ...