An Apology of Sorts

by duncanr

busy beeastute readers will have noticed a decline in both the quantity and the quality of my recent posts to madhatters

this is attributable to my . . .

approaching retirement (100 days to go from today) which – what with managing my existing workload, training others to take over from me, redesigning processes and procedures to make the transition as smooth as possible, attending numerous meetings to explain/persuade other managers to accept my proposals for change (while simultaneously cutting down the number of days I spend in the office) – is consuming a lot of my time and energy, leaving little spare for blogging

so as a stop gap measure, I’m going to cheat and recycle a post from an old blog

fellow blogger, Bun, has written a witty account of his recent company medical check up – Part One and Part Two

this reminded me of the time some years ago when I, too, had to attend a hospital to provide a urine sample – https://lifewithmrsd.wordpress.com/2009/12/28/if-at-first/

13 Comments to “An Apology of Sorts”

  1. Dear Duncan.

    It may come as some comfort to you to know that I have been unaware of any change in your posts.

    Your pal,

    ratty

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  2. If your retirement means we will hear more from you than ever before, I look forward to it!

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  3. Thanks for the shout out, Duncan. I understand exactly what you mean about other things having to come in the way of blogging from time to time. I’ve been in a bit of a similar situation myself recently.

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