Worse, a comment left on "Detectives Beyond Borders" has a mistake which is uncorrectable without going back again to apologise and explain. Frankly, I'm past caring as typos are useful in their own way and could offer some teacher somewhere the opportunity to ask students what the problem might be.
Blogging is not what it used to be. I don't feel any sense of making something new or important. Why even bother to mention that we went today to a plant sale where we chatted with other gardeners and came away with a few treasures that will fill the blank spots both out of doors and in the conservatory? I've just taken to uploading interesting links on Twitter, short, efficient with next to no possibility of wittering on and making typos.
So why blog?
It remains to be seen if this format is seriously out of date...