Well, on Saturday morning anyway. After a five-year-long relationship, I am finally tying the knot with my incredible partner, Alice. We’re then off on a long-anticipated honeymoon to Iceland after that, which means that this blog will be on hiatus until mid-August.
I had planned to write a few more articles now to stockpile some while I was away but, honestly, I’m too excited to do it. There are at least four really interesting papers sitting on my desk and I can’t concentrate on any of them. At this point in time, I couldn’t really give a monkey’s that obesity is a socially contagious condition, or that chimps are vengeful (like us) but not spiteful (unlike us). I am living and breathing weddings.
So, to any regular readers, thanks for continuing to read and support the blog. I’ll see you in three weeks. By remarkable coincidence, the day I intend to post my first new story upon my return will be the 13th of August, exactly one year from the point where I started Not Exactly Rocket Science.
See you then 🙂
PS Until I get back, I’ve switched on moderation for comments, which means that comments won’t be appearing while we’re on honeymoon. Sorry about that – WordPress’s spam filters have been acting up recently.
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