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After posting daily for almost two years I was suddenly unable to. I felt bad about it, but I needn’t have done and my worst fears were not realised; the sky didn’t fall on me, and nobody noticed my silence. This was both a blessing and a salutary message to my ego.

Anyway, I’m back now. I made use of the time and there will be a few small changes.

4 Responses to “Where Have I Been?”

  1. Hi Barry, I missed your daily posts but I thought it was my work computer denying me access. I’m glad your back – your posts do help me in my difficult job.

  2. Lovely to see you back Barry….even your coming back video is a useful reflection for those of us who think we dare not take necessary time off work or the sky will fall………looking forward to more videos.

  3. Thanks all for your comments and your support. I’m glad to know my stuff is appreciated. More coming soon.

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