Sometimes I think of things to write about when I'm at work. When that happens I open a Word document on the computer and make a note and add to it if more ideas occur. At the end of the day I attach that document to an email and send it home. Then when I'm ready to write something here, I've got notes and ideas ready to go.
Provided I remember one thing, of course.
Some weeks ago the computers at work were updated to the latest Microsoft Office versions. And the new Word documents are not compatible with the old programs UNLESS you remember to save it AS the older version. If you don't, the plain English you wrote will be displayed as gobbledygook.
So all the brilliance that I was set to display for you tonight looks like this in my document: PK!0É(.
OK, so there you go. Let me know what you think. Your opinion matters.
And, naturally, what I was going to write about tonight was the election. I don't want to dull anything I wished to say, so I'll just re-send my document and post tomorrow.
I think it'll be worth reading.
But if it's not, there's always PK!0É(.