I’m not generally a fan of change; it tends to unnerve me.
However, recent events are part of a fairly significant set of changes that are going on at the moment, and I have to say that I’m quite excited by the lot of ‘em.
First off, yesterday was my last day in work. I’ve left it and am taking up a slightly better position elsewhere.
Also, yesterday was the last day in my house; it’s to be occupied by someone else from now on.
Thirdly, today I’m back tracing some steps from five years ago.
Back then, I was returning from uni to home. I’d spent my uni life under the name Ed, and was returning to a place where people knew me as John*. Things didn’t quite work out that way; more people than ever now know me as Ed. And I’m now getting into a car to head back across the water to take up residence once more in England, with the artist formerly known as TLG (and for whom I’m yet to devise a suitable replacement acronym) in close attendance.
Interesting times, I think. And very, very exciting.
* – Don’t ask, it’s a long and tedious story.
Very exciting indeed! All the best for your big changes. Aw, this blog is getting to be really quite upbeat and happy in places! Good luck!
I echo that. All the very best for your future. But the thing about bloggers is – no matter what part of the globe they locate too they still live round the corner. As long as they Keep. On. Blogging.
Remember John Ed, at the very beginning the greatest majority of your commenters were chaps. Have you noticed that for the longest while they’ve been chapesses? You must be doing something right.
I must be too dependent on Facebook, these days. I actually spent a few confused seconds looking for the “like” button for Nelly’s comment!
Good luck, Ted!
(I assure you I am no chapesse.)
This blog is getting happy? Well, we’ll have to do something about that. “Dear internet, plz to find me something to get annoyed about, afore I’m in serious danger of driving away all my chap readers”.
How long do you think I’ll have to wait for a response?