Quick, nurse! Pass the defibrillator!

If you are reading this, you are probably lost.

If you are intentionally here, I can’t imagine what brought you.

This blog hasn’t been updated in two and a half years. In that time, the trend of individuals moving material that they once typically would have shared via a home page, blog or something of that nature off the open Internet and behind the impenetrable corporate ramparts of a rotten bunch of wankers collectively known as Facebook has continued apace.

Anyone unwilling to submit to the hegemony of this loathsome company now finds themselves isolated from everything from the narcissistic ramblings of strangers, through the musings and news of friends and family, to perhaps even photos of their own children, placed on-line by their spouse.

The content of the little person has been misappropriated appropriated given away. Talk has never been so cheap, and the transitory has never been so temporary.

That goes some way towards explaining why this blog hasn’t been updated for so long: virtually no-one cares to read it.

That’s only half the explanation, though. No-one cares to write it, either. Specifically, I don’t. I have neither the time nor the inclination to continue to publicly ram my abundant indignation down the world’s throat. I don’t care what you think, I don’t care whether you know what I think, and neither of us is going to convince the other of anything. So, let’s just shut the fuck up, shall we?

Today, however, is something of a momentary exception, because I do have something important to announce to friends and family and, well, I don’t really have another medium primed to do it.

Without further ado, let me say that the world was made a slightly better place this week by the addition to its ranks of a girl, henceforth to be known as Lidewij Linnea Imogen Saga Macdonald.

Lidewij made her grand entrance at home, attended by her sister, two brothers and, of course, her parents, at 20:59 on 03-03-2014. She weighed in at 3.770 kilos and is thriving, in spite of the chaos she has been born into.

Since Sarah and I have no plans for a fifth child, this could well be the last entry that this blog ever receives.

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5 Responses to Quick, nurse! Pass the defibrillator!

  1. Jack says:

    This may be my favorite blog post ever… Congratulations to all! J

  2. tracey pratt says:

    wow! time has certainly been marching on. Many congratulations on the safe arrival of your little girl, I can’t believe you have 4 children!!!!! I am now a school nurse in a special needs school in maidstone, kent and loving the job. No children ha ha ha. Hope you are all well. Any ideas on how to get in contact with jo????Look forward to hearing from you when you are able.

  3. Allan Burne says:

    Very belated congratulations. I hope you are all well.

  4. Doggo says:

    Heven’t you people ever heard of over-population?

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