This post is number 50 in a series.

The number 50 painted onto grass at what I imagine must be the 50-yard line on a football field Hard to believe. I could never have planned it this way. Later today we start a long weekend of serious R&R, but today I post my last post in this series (except that I may well continue; it’s fun). After all the blood, the sweat, the toil, the tears, to end on this joyous day of global celebration for the scab-covered, armpit-stained, world-weary, red-eyed working stiffs of the world! As a card-carrying inky wretch I am proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with other bloggers and our inspiration and say to the world: “Woo-hoo”.

Flickr photo by m.a.x.

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