9/02/2009

Guess who's back ... Back again ...

If you hadn't noticed (and I'd be surprised if you hadn't), I've been out of the country for the last week and my blogging had been done in advance using scheduled posts (which accounts for their lack of topical issues).

I take the view regarding holidays that you have top have something for people to read as lots of people do like to check in to their regular blogs on a daily basis. But I also don't tell people (except family and neighbours) that I am going away. When I was a councillor I was always surprised that in the weekly councillor briefing it highlighted which councillors were on holiday and the dates they were away. Is there any better way to alert a burglar to your absence other than putting an advert in the paper. Clearly Iain Dale lives in an area with little in the way of crime.

Anyway, back from sunny Menorca and back to work tomorrow.

4 comments:

Keith Elliott said...

Are but Iain Dale has staff who 'do for him.' So no worries if people know he's away!

Gallimaufry said...

Are you actually Gordon Brown's double? The dates coincide very plausibly.

Irfan Ahmed said...

Welcome Back!

Just something for you to note, I have removed my blog from Lib Dem Blogs!

Quietzapple said...

I have always thought it strange that meetings give primacy to those absent, usually by calling for apologies.

Better to consider these at the end, when folk are less alert, rather than waste their ert on absences . . .

Welcome back, anyway, sorry I didn't notice, I don't even visit my own blog daily. My absences are not much noted there . . .

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