It also struck me that I'm really glad that Elton John didn't decide that now would be the time to foist another version of Candle in the Wind on us. Although I kind of worked out what the first stanza would be:
Goodbye, Iron Lady,
Though you closed down all the mines
You never made a U-turn
And you let your glory shine.
I guarantee you will now have that song going round your head. *g*
Also, I note that New Zealand has said "yes" to same-sex marriage, so that's good.
Despite yesterday's developments on the work front, I'm feeling surprisingly chipper and cheerful. Still, it's not as if I wasn't prepared for it - knew it was coming about three years off.
So all things considered, not a bad day. I'm still struggling to get my head round what happened in Boston the other day, but then I always do when that sort of thing happens.
Sarah and I have decided that at the earliest possible opportunity after I leave the organisation (June 10th), we'll go on holiday for a few days. At the moment the plans involve heading back to Dublin to do all the things we didn't have the time for last time. That's subject to change, but probably won't.
In the meantime, this weekend Sarah and her mum are going off to the Netherlands for a week. Sarah's looking forward to being away from work. I have promised that I will be horribly ironic and buy her some tulips from the local Tesco as a coming-home present. :-)