I haven't been near my proofreading course for nearly a week. Some of it was down to other business, migraine etc., but quite a bit of it was down to reading a friend's PhD work. It is so strange to read one person's work from a very different discipline. It's been read and I have made notes - I have a pretty good idea about the nature and argument of the article and I will reply with a few punctuation changes and there are areas where chipping in my ha'pporth should help. Does make me wish I had studied the eco-crit module at Plymouth, but they couldn't run it that year. It will be a day or two before I reply in any case.
Let's get down to business - I have just printed off my lesson document, which appears to be only 13 pages long, apposed to the meatier 25 pages I got in the last download. Thinking cap perched at jaunty angle and.....WE'RE OFF!!