Did I tell you about when my sister-in-law came to visit last month?
She got the bus and it took ages. It turned out that she had been caught up in an unannounced Ebola test run: closed streets, guards, hazmat suits. She said it was very exciting and mildly alarming as nobody told the bus passengers that it was only a trial.
Today is, of course, Thanksgiving, in far off America. I was thinking of doing one of those winsome “I’m thankful” posts that Americans go for but although I am thankful for many things, I don’t have the energy to be winsome. I’m thankful that no one in Ireland has Ebola. Really, I am. That will have to do.
This whole NaBloPoMo thing is killing me. How are you finding it?
I’m loving it. You never post enough and I’m unaccountably fascinated by your tales of your children.
Always reading your posts and don’t normally comment, but I did want to encourage you, even though I know you’ll grind to a halt again once November is over x
Thank you very much Thalie – I am suitably encouraged. You are undoubtedly right that it will grind to a halt again tomorrow though…