Can’t face answering all those questions so…

I’m happier, fitter and probably about the same amount richer/poorer

I’ve been to Tunisia. I stood on the Chott El Jerid and sat in a cafe in Kairouan, both times deleriously happy to be able to return there.

I love Matthew and my friends and my heartstrings were stretched by the sufferings of people dear to me.

I achieved getting a permanent position at work and being able to run, first a 5 km then 4.5 miles, the longest so far. By doing this, I achieved getting my blood pressure to normal and staying off bp medication.

I met Ali N and drew closer to my friends in the Midlands (or sometimes further afield) and recemented some friendships with those further away.