Out to lunch

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

Hey everyone, I’ll be gone for the next two weeks. Mr. Carmen (who from here on will be known as S – he does have his own identity after all 😉 ) and I are going to Hong Kong to visit my folks, and do some sight-seeing in Beijing. It’ll be S’s first time in Asia, and my first time since about 2001, believe it or not. Hopefully I’ll still know how to get around.

Latoya and Wendi will help me out with moderating comments while I’m gone, and I’ve pre-loaded the queue with a bunch of end-of-year wrap-up posts. I hope you’ll enjoy those.

But understand that the blog will be sort of on auto-pilot for the next couple weeks, which means that there will be no link posts, and we won’t be able to post on breaking stories or anything like that. Also, moderation may be a bit slower than usual.

Thanks to all of you for making 2007 a wonderful year, and I wish all of you a happy, healthy and safe new year! :)

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