Grumpygirl seems to have thrown her recent blog-gloom, having several more of those wonderfully slanted observations she does so well. Can’t find her archives though. I also found some morning amusement at Courting Disaster, the diary of an Australian lawyer currently doing an MA on something in Cambridge where he lives with strange flatmates. His list of What Not To Do When Submitting A Draft To Your Supervisor is but one of the funny incidents noted. At She Sells Sanctuary I found tales of fathers and babies, and a link to Blogjam, Tim Dunlop’s wonderfully dense regular piece in the Sydney Morning Herald webdiary linking to things said in political blogs, mostly in Australia.

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