It’s my last night in Northern Ireland. I know there are lots of cancelled flights tomorrow but my airline has listed its cancelled flights and mine isn’t on it, so looks like it’s good to go. Which means I need to scootle on my fur-lined boots and tootle on down to the pub for one last evening of Irish hospitality. Since I have to spend my one daily drink wisely, it’ll be a toss up between warm cider with a shot of Goldschlager or a half of Guinness. The cider will win unless they don’t have the Goldschlager*.
Anyway. As you know, I’m constantly surprised by the traffic running through this blog. I knew when I started that there weren’t many resources out there about vertebral dissections, but still… Anyway, I looked at the links that brought people here today and spotted this referrer: “bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00w5675/buzz” which, on investigation, has come up a lot. Apparently because I blogged about The Beauty of Diagrams, the BBC buzz website is referring. An honour indeed.
*Warm cider and Goldschlager: we discovered this at Muriels, but I don’t know if the local does it… but I’m buying Goldschlager when I get home to recreate the magic!