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If you are follower of my blog this is for you. I want to say Sorry for my recent mistakes.

For example, you’ll have seen posts called ‘D-I-V-O-R-C-E’ and ‘Thinking vs Feeling’ this week. I quickly withdrew these because they are incomplete, but, as you know, the draft posts went out by email and Twitter before I could stop them, though they didn’t link to anything.

I post on most days. Sometimes, when the ideas are coming thick and fast I get ahead of myself. I’ll be writing one item and another idea occurs to me so I quickly sidestep and note down a thought or two…. ideas I want to write about later.

This is where the mistake happens. I won’t get too technical, it’s simply that in my haste I hit the wrong button – instead of ‘save’ I hit ‘publish’ – and the unfinished post is immediately out there in cyberspace, on the blog, Twitter, Facebook, the lot!

So I want to apologise for the occasional slip-up. I hope it doesn’t spoil your appreciation of the blog, but if you have been disappointed just write and let me know and I’ll write a post specially for you.

The offending posts are in the pipeline and will appears when I have finished them.

In the meantime, thanks for your support, its good to know that I have regular readers. please let me know if there are any topics you’d like to see covered or expanded upon.

Best wishes

Barry Winbolt.

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