Posted by: Admin | October 8, 2010

Cry Freedom, for the Woman in the Wall!

I’ve scheduled a little musical interlude for today’s blog because on Thursday I’m going for drinks after work to celebrate my leaving… sure you understand!

I tried to find something that sums up the way I feel about this event and came up with this old classic. Tomorrow I plan to share a little more with you about myself, and why I’m probably virtually unemployable, in preparation for the return of the Saturday Interview. See you then!

(I’m sure you know, there is a part 3, but since that doesn’t chime with how I feel right now, I’ll leave you to search for that yourself 😉 )



  1. It will be good to have you back on this side of the great unwashed fence!!! xxx

  2. Time to start your BIG Adventure xx

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