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This week I will mostly be working like a person who has several project deadlines fast approaching.

Next week I will mostly be working like a person who has several project deadlines looming that week.

Expect some very disjointed ramblings then as typically, whilst I actually enjoy working to deadline (helps keep me focussed), I do have a tendency to ignore the world at large.

Mind you I did note that that old bloke in Rome died the other day, what a fuss about a silly old man. I’ve also noted that that English bloke, who’s Mum lives in that big house at the end of that red street in London, is getting married this week. Trying to figure out why either events are of interest to me has begun to give me a bit of a headache (although some have a much much lower opinion of those people), so I’ve stopped trying. Much easier that way*.

Both events are likely to have me reaching for the remote. That is, of course, presuming that I’ve got enough time in my day to watch TV.

In other news, Louise reckons I’ve opened the wound in my back further than it had been with the stitches. Feckin OOOYA BANDIT!! And in more important news, my Gran is doing fine and seems to be coming round to the idea of sheltered housing/nursing home accomodation.

And in case you missed it my Mum posted this comment a few days ago:

Gran thanks all those who sent their good wishes. I printed them out for her to read and they cheered her up no end while she was in hospital.

So thanks again. What a lovely bunch you are.

* Yes yes, I know that the Pope held a powerful position even if I don’t believe in the catholic church, but the anti-gay and anti-condom viewpoints just make me sick. His views on women weren’t exactly liberating either but then it is the year 1305, right?