April is the cruelest month…

Hello! I am still here! You may notice that this month has been dire for blog posts from me. My April blog list had a tubleweed pass over it as I glanced its way earlier. This is not due to a lack of subject matter to type about- far from it: I currently have six ‘Thoughts on…’ posts to write regarding books I have read recently and not-so-recently (i.e. several months back), a rather important life update, as well as several archaeology posts about stories and findings that have caught my eye recently. By the time I post on them, some may be rather old news, but- better late than never, I suppose.

No- the reason for my general tardiness and absence from the ‘net is due to having a rather tempramental laptop, which has prevented prolonged use of the internet and indeed prolonged use of it for anything for any real length of time. However- and I type this whilst gripping tightly to a wooden chair at the same time- it seems to be working okay now, and so I will endeavour to get some of these posts up before this month is out. Poor workmen and all that, but… anyhoo. Please bare with me!

Oh- a belated Happy Easter to everyone!

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