I am knackered.
But I made it from Yorkshire to Scotland and back again without being deported.
I did not need a visa.
I did not have to leave the country and go to Dublin and then re-enter (I wonder who paid for all of that malarky?).
I did not feel the need to moan about how awful people were being to me, how much money I had lost (sound familiar to anyone who went to the not-Ravelry Ravelry day last year?).
I did not advertise and sell tickets on the basis of tutors and Ravelry 'owners' who weren't actually going (I dread to think what the legal ramifications of this could be - false advertising?).
I do not have a gagging order in place although some may wish I had. Hahaha.
I am grateful that people will hopefully remember me for the strength of my neatly bound seams (on my bags, obviously not on my rotund person) and not for the piss poor performance of my, ahem, 'organisation skills'.
I did not have the sense to ask for a cash refund of £3 million for the 1,967 classes I had booked that were cancelled.
Mostly I am thankful that when people suddenly stopped chatting and went 'Oh so YOU are Sulkycat!' nobody followed that up with a headbut.
I bet a few were tempted ;-)