It’s really quite scary. I am still clawing on to Christmas. I know, I know…when it comes to Christmas, I am officially sad. I still have chocolate tree decorations saved and a couple of Christmas crackers and my 3D animated Christmas screensaver on my laptop and you know what? I DON’T CARE!! All my friends and family know how border-line obsessive I get over the festive period (in an understated way though; I don’t have flashing neon reindeer on my roof or anything like that) and by now accept that it’s just me. DEAL WITH IT. And no, I’m not sat here typing this whilst wearing my magic transform-every-fairy-light-into-an-image-of-a-reindeer glasses (she lied).
Over Christmas and New Year I received lots of emails from readers of this blog asking all sorts of questions. I have tried to answer as many as possible but I know I’m behind so I thought that for February I’d put a shout-out to readers old, new and curious to ask me anything you like and I’ll answer all and sundry at the end of this month. You can ask whatever you blooming well like, shunt-related or not. I have a few as yet unanswered emails which I’m thinking of including in this end-of-the-month post as they’re rather interesting (fear not, your anonymity will be one hundred percent guaranteed; I’d never publish your names on one of my posts without your prior permission). So if you’ve been reading this blog and wondered ‘does she ever actually go out?’, ‘does she ever just want to rip her shunt into bits, the way I do sometimes’, or whatever else springs to mind, feel free to now go ahead and ask. And I’ll (hopefully) answer ’em all. If any questions overlap, I may need to pick one from that topic and answer that, but all topics will be addressed. So you lot get thinking and I’ll get back to….trying to get over Christmas.