The start of 30

I’m a lucky man. Since my 30th birthday I have seen many friends over the past two weeks, even if there was 4,000 miles of travel in the process. We live in a strange but wonderful time. In my home town not many stay, they all scatter to the wind. This means you have to work to stay in contact, to make time to see each other, but even ten years ago(to put that into tech terms we were still using AIM and I didn’t have unlimited texting) I’d likely have lost most of these folk. I am grateful for being able to maintain friendships across distance and time. Thanks to everyone who put me up, showed me a good time, or just made time to see me. Love you all. Cheers. Now to go get this book done.

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