I’m a bit overwhelmed by things at the moment, and realise that I am rather behind on e-mail replies, telephone calls, invoices, things I’ve promised people and whatnot. I’ll try to do some catching up in the next day or so. In the meantime, apologies.
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8 Responses to “A day’s thoughts”
Benita Hewitt says:
“I’m a bit overwhelmed by things at the moment, and realise that I am rather behind on e-mail replies, telephone calls, invoices, things I’ve promised people and whatnot. I’ll try to do some catching up in the next day or so. In the meantime, apologies”. I’m adopting that as my email signature today – glad I’m not the only one. Thanks Dave!
David Killingback says:
Genuine spam message just posted:
This is a great site that has helped me with my hemmorhoids
Cartoonchurch.com: helps with hemmorhoids.
If I say other random things, do you think you’ll get even more spam?
Honey roasted bacon!
The outer solar system!
…was found alive on top of Snowdon in a monkey suit!
Jaded for Jesus says:
And when did you fit the CCTV camera in my office?
did you realise that your ‘what to do with it’ column forms the shape of the cross (with a small plinth)? So apt for lent! xxxx
I think I like the way you think. And I like that I think that I like it. I think.
There you are, taking your time, allowing things to percolate in a creative way – then a whole week of things arrive at once, jabbering excitedly and demanding your immediate attention.
It’s at this point that I find it helpful to go and hide under a blanket until things quieten down a bit.