you're very lucky cos this could, possibly, be my shortest ever blog.
It occurred to me that a lot of our readers (that's you, you beautiful person) are actually reading from outside of Ireland - from countries like Germany, England, the US and Spain. Countries that, I would guess, probably have a little bit more consistent sunshine than we get.
I've been writing, and will continue to write, as much as I can on the Dublin Twestival (24th March, The Village, Sponsors still needed!). Obviously, though, if you're not in Dublin you might think that there's not much you can do to help out. Au contraire. Twestival is global. Over 200 cities will be participating, on that same date, all over the world. So definitely, wherever you are, go to www.twestival.com and find the local event for you because, unless you're up a tree in the North-West of Australia, there will be one. If you are up a tree in North-West Australia, get down and start organising one. It starts with one tweet, and that is all you need.
This is the first time in human history that we have all been so connected, with such instantaneous global communication. That's amazing, and that's what Twestival celebrates - it's the relationships between all of us, brought closer by technology. Get involved! Together we can make some massively positive changes to some of the dire situations of people around the world. It's so exciting I'm tempted to rip my shirt off and go and dance in the Irish sunshine, which is otherwise known as cloud.
Peace, love and happiness to you all, here's to a massive worldwide Twestival!