This morning I spent a little while catching up on the blogosphere and the number of people apologising for too few posts of late was notable. I'm also amazed that it's always the same people informing readers of just how busy they have been.
Personally I haven't blogged over the last ten days for two reasons,
1) I've been relatively busy; but I'm not fishing for sympathy; this was my decision because I had some fun things to do, much more important than telling you more stories of gay bishops or an eco-church
2) I had nothing to say; an enjoyable silence when my mind was dulled by the lack of controversy in the weekends papers and seemingly by smog of London and a few beverages over the weekend
If I was on Room 101 I would get rid of posts that begin "sorry for not blogging recently I've been soooo busy"; if you are busy it is probably your decision to be that busy, so you ain't getting no sympathy from this direction; if you haven't posted recently that's fine you don't owe me anything, so I'm grateful you've finally got round to posting now.