Ahead of the Game

it makes me able to do the thing-where-I-do-the-words-in-sentences-thing

There may, in fact, actually be too much blood in my caffeine stream

So I seem to actually have managed to get ahead of myself for a brief moment, and this is obviously something to be cheered and admired and put up on pedestals for the viewing and adulation of the roaring crowds – especially given how stressed out I’ve been with some articles earlier this week that I may or may not have thought were going to give me an aneurism because they were on the topic of something that I have very little interest or experience of…


I may indeed also have to do some apologising to Jo when she gets home for being a grumpy git and being up until half-past stupid last night finishing for a deadline. Such are the joys of being a writer and working from home. On the plus side it looks like I’ve got a bit of a break now that I’ve rampaged through today’s short stack of emergency items so I’m going to enjoy some of that there sunlight I can see outside my window and go get a fresh loaf of bread and some salad to go with the quiche we’re having for supper tonight.

That’s the plan, anyway…

Oh – in other news I’m in the middle of going through some of the amazing blogs I currently follow to add them to the blogroll of links to the right of this page – have fun exploring them, you might even find your own there.

About Tim Maidment

Writer, House Husband, Library Person, Raconteur, Poly, Queer and Bon Vivant. You were expecting something simple?
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