Nothing wrong with any of that, of course, and I do aspire to the British tennet of 'mustn't grumble' - however, what I reeeaallly DO NOT NEED right now is a Cookie Audit.
Now for those of you who charmingly think of cookies as those yummy snacks in the biscuit tin, let me put you straight. These Cookies are little bits of programming that are downloaded to your browser and make the web work better - recognising you when you come back to site, storing your online shopping basket and so on.
And all was pretty hunky-dory until some bored Commissionaire in Brussels decides he's had enough foie-gras for one lunchtime, so what can he do this afternoon for a bit of fun?
I know - lets make every cookie in Europe illegal from 26th May unless every single user opts in to using every cookie every time they use the web, rather than just letting these things get on with their job. THAT should do it. What japes!
So, dear reader, from 26th May you will find a lot of sites asking you whether you want to allow the cookies out to play on practically every site you care to visit.
As if you didn't have enough to do already.
I know I do - I have to check and audit every site I host for the suddenly-illegal cookies and add bits of extra code to ask you if you want to use them.
Looks like the back-issues will have to wait...