Sunday, 29 July 2007

Interlude

Despite my best intentions, it's clear that Harry McFry won't be finished before I depart for my holiday tomorrow. Whether I can post any further chapters before my return will depend on whether I can get internet access while I'm away. I've altered the blog settings so that anyone so inclined can leave unmoderated comments, which will be waiting for me when I next get online (scary!).

The best-laid plans, etc etc - but I expect Harry's readers might want a break, too! Just don't forget to check back for the final instalments of a story that family doctors are already hailing as the best thing since Mogadon...



Kind Regards



PS

Fuel My Blog will still, of course, accept clicks in my absence!

10 comments:

70steen said...

Wise words by Ms Woolf... I read an interesting piece about her only last week coming back from the smoke.

Have a rip roaring break Thomas & don't worry about us lot we will survive :-)

Thomas Hamburger Jnr said...

Thank you, 70steen! I'm going to try my best - and hopefully, won't have to try too hard!

the domestic minx said...

Ahh, Virginia Woolf..

wise and pertinent..

Do enjoy your holiday and don't mind me here in the cold and wet..

Monica said...

You deserve a break after feeding our addiction so regularly!

Have a great time.

Monica

Christine said...

I love the video! The story line is after my own heart. spain is my adopted country.

sylvie d said...

Have a great holiday...oh no! I will have to break the news to Daddy Papersurfer!

Fanton said...

Have a lovely break, Mr. Hamburger!

I await your turn with baited breath...so don't be TOO long, lest I go purple and collapse.

Adam said...

Here's my long overdue review: http://ok-lah.blogspot.com/2007/08/story-of-harry-mcfry.html

Hope you like it. Cheers,

Crofty said...

Have a great holiday Thomas...and when you get back; I've tagged you with an entertaining dinner party meme.

Theresa111 said...

I took 100 rubberbands and made a ball out of them. It's about three inches across and pretty round. Funny, it gives me a way to exercise my hands and has, for the time being, stopped me from twiddling my thumbs, as I anxiously await the return of Thomas and his truly inspired Harry McFry. Oh yes. The ball can bounce so it was a rather practical object to spend time on. Cheers!