Friday, 19 December 2008

Life catches up...


Sincere apologies for the rubbish level of blogging this week. I'd like to suggest I'm busy, but I'm only really as busy as a) everyone else and b) I normally am, so it is a poor excuse. But given it is the last full week before Christmas, I'm up to my eyeballs in wrapping paper and still trying to do some constructive work on my literature review, something had to give. Anyway, here's some things I learned this week:
  • It is NOT the smartest idea in the world to call your boss an @rse****. Thanks to Mr McGeady for this nugget of wisdom.

  • If you make a birthday cake for your girlfriend and (against all odds!) it turns out pretty decent, she will no doubt expect one again the following year.

  • The best laid schemes o' mice an' men gang aft a-gley. Just ask Scottish Tory Boy, who managed to salvage an evening (which was tremendous!) when both his guest speakers had to pull out at the last minute.

  • Bernard Ponsonby, he of STV political reporting, does an uncanny impersonation of Alex Neil MSP.
I'm off to start drafting this week's Scottish Blogging Round-up as I have been honoured with the opportunity to compile it this week - so you have that to look forward to on Sunday! In the meantime, I can't promise to blog more, but I can promise to try to blog more... if that helps at all!

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