Temporary post


Apologies to regular readers for my recent irregular posts, entirely due to family circumstances (like the birth of another grandchild), house renovation (like new fences and drystone walling) and musical calls on my time (like choral concerts and piano accompanying).

Apologies too to bloggers whose blogs I follow but haven’t got round to following in a steady fashion for a few weeks now — not kind or friendly, I know, but due to the same reasons.

All of which is just to appraise you of the fact that I hope to return to the fold soon with a more steady schedule: I have reviews, observations on word etymology and shades of meaning, plus comments on Asberger’s and general literary matters all in the offing.

See, I haven’t forgotten you really.

PS This post will self-destruct in due course — that is, I myself will delete it when I return to the weblog community in a more structured fashion.


8 thoughts on “Temporary post

  1. I look forward to your future posts and your comments on Aspergers. I have worked with a couple of people with Aspergers and all experiences are of interest.

    1. Thanks Alastair, I’ve only recently self-diagnosed as having Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) and am still reading about and coming to terms with its implications. (I’ve no doubt anyone knowledgeable about the condition would have guessed this from the posts I write!) I shall doubtless be sharing what I learn about AS in general but I rather need to collect my thoughts about it just now …

      1. Many people, men in particular, show different levels of traits (is that the right word?) associated with Aspergers. Whether or not it is officially diagnosed, I think it is helpful to recognise the characteristics and know that to whatever degree, you are not alone in the world. Happy thought collecting 😄

    1. They were such curious formations — lenticular clouds in a line — that I felt that I had to snap them at the time. I also thought they were apt metaphors for the post title and for the subject matter, Gert, so I’m glad you noticed them!

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