In which I say thank you again …

I hadn’t noticed until a moment ago that sometime in the last few hours the blog had its 40,000th visit.

Unusually I am a bit lost for words …

… but not for long. Thank you everyone who has visited and to those of you who have left a comment. Your interest, your support, your well-directed criticism and brilliant advice have all been greatly appreciated by me and the whole RPS family.

You’ve all combined to put a bit a lustre on this Blue Monday.

I will keep bloggering on – to paraphrase Churchill – and share my witterings.

I hope they add a little garnish to the stew of life …

Best wishes

RPS

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About redundantpublicservant

A redundant UK public servant looking for work, sharing his experiences and providing a space for others to do the same.
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3 Responses to In which I say thank you again …

  1. alex says:

    Hello

    Happy New Year

    Did you see there is a competition for would be entrepreneurs here

    http://realbusiness.co.uk/startups/mitie_launches_expensive_dragons_denstyle_fund

    Now all it needs is for the Coalition government to bring back the Enterprise Allowance, and we might take part.

    Anyway, you may be interested

    Alex

    • Dear Alex,

      Thank you for the link. I hadn’t seen this. It’s a very expensive way of getting financial support for your business idea isn’t it? (Ceding 51% of the ownership.)

      Never mind the Enterprise Allowance when will we get the Youth Opportunity Programme and Manpower Services Commission back.

      Best wishes

      RPS

  2. localgov says:

    Congrats! That’s 40,000 times you have single handedly brightened someone’s day; including a good few from me.

    Thank you for everything, and I look forward to seeing where you are when you hit 100,000

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