It's been over a week since my last blog post and I hardly noticed the time going by. I don't know the last time I left it this long without blogging about anything - my last post was on St Patrick's Day and it was only my fifth post of March. I am heading for my lowest number of monthly postings since I started this blog in 2006.
So what's going on?
Not much really. I am spending quite a bit of my spare time writing my second travel book: "Exploring Northern Ireland's Causeway and Mourne Coastal Routes" - I am about 70% complete. I recently lost a lot of work due to syncing problems with OneDrive and it was much more difficult than I thought it would be to re-write the section that I lost. I think I am also suffering from writer's block! I have also been preparing a quiz for a Killiney Lion's Club fundraiser - 100 questions takes a long time to write (and check for the correct answers).
I have not commented much recently on educational matters. I was listed to speak at the DCU Dublin Summit (featuring Google for Education) last week, but had to withdraw. Following on from missing the Irish YouTube Creators Day at the end of February, it has certainly been an exciting time in education that I have missed.
I also have to admit that sometimes I now forget about my blog - up to recent times I would have been thinking almost every day about what I should post about next. Anyway - following this brief "holiday" I hope to get back to normal ranting and raving soon!