To begin with, before I go into this week's presentation, regular readers might have noticed the dearth of nonsense emanating from the steam driven old jalopy of a laptop which resides at Millbrooker Towers.
As a result of moving the office from its accustomed position the main household computer, which is used almost exclusively by Mrs The Millbrooker, has temporarily lost its internet connection. This means we're sharing the normal source of the Daily(ish) Millbrook. And, truth be told, Mrs The Millbrooker uses computers for far more important things than my continual drivelling; so I get considerably less access to a keyboard and screen than usual at the moment.
Not to mention the fact that I've returned to work after two months off sick (and a bit of holiday) and have been doing day shifts, leaving very little time to proffer my opinions to an avidly attentive world.
So, there you go, that's the story.
And now - back to the original purpose of grabbing a few minutes screen time.
This Sunday in our new, and temporary, sitting room - usual time usual place - we proudly present...
... one of the most critically acclaimed films of all time (apparently): Terence Mallick's 1978 magnum opus Days of Heaven.
Hope to see the usual suspects gathered together once more.