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December 2007

Three Sullen Faces

Having spent the best part of two years abroad, I’m finding it easier to guess where people come from by their appearance alone. On Monday, as I waited at the airport for my much delayed flight back to the UK, I spotted a family of three sitting across from me in a restaurant.

Gloomy faced, seemingly moaning, and with looks of disgust, they displayed all the characteristics of a typical British family. I tried to sit close enough so I could hear their accents, but these were hard to make our from their muffled grumbling. So upon finishing my meal, I walked past their table on my way out. Sure enough I was right.

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas - or Happy Holidays if you must!

As Christmas Day quickly approaches, I just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who has read my humble blog over the last year, and for the comments, feedback and support over what has been another interesting 12 months.

My review of 2007 will follow later in the week, but in the meantime, enjoy your holiday parties, be safe, and have a very Merry Christmas!

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Looking Back on 2007

2007 Montage

2007 started with me looking forwards rather than backwards, and with a view not only to take opportunities that came my way, but make my own as well. On the whole, as with the other six goals I published in January, I achieved this to a certain extent, but there was still room for improvement.

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About December 2007

This page contains all entries posted to the blog during December 2007. They are listed from oldest to newest.