The keyboard with my office computer needed replacing a few months ago. My new one is a revelation – all the keys work, it’s nice and clean, shiny and smooth. A joy to use. But do you know what the best thing about it is? It cost four (four) NZ dollars. That’s about two quid in real money! It was brand new, in a box and everything, part of a range of products united by a grimly monochromatic brand called “Necessities”
I was fully expecting it to snap/buckle/melt/burst into flames instantly – but it’s fine. Things like this really cheer me up.
I accept that this is not the most exciting of entries on the Afterword…yet I strongly believe that if you experience enough small victories, this can help keep your chin up long term. So let’s collect them all up and together move forward with Britain.