Today I got a letter from the National Climate Change Policy Division, London. It arrived at the medical centre where I work.
"Dear Ms (Jellyhead),
Thank you for your letter to the Prime Minister about climate change......BLAH, BLAH, BLAH.....
The government agrees with the views you express on the seriousness of the threat of climate change. .....BLAH, BLAH, BLAH....
With respect to your concern over the adoption of clean energy...BLAH BLAH BLAH".
The letter runs on for 7 pages.
I am thrilled to have received such a lengthy and detailed missive. Mr Edward Clark (of National Climate Change Policy Division) has done his division proud.
I am just a little perplexed. After all, I have never written a letter to anyone about climate change. If I did, I would hope to have the sense to address it to the Australian Prime Minister ('Dear Johnny Howard, our beloved and bushy-eyebrowed leader').
So the burning question is...who wrote a letter and signed it Ms 'Jellyhead'?
Maybe I have been sleep-writing. Maybe I suffer from amnesia (but have forgotten that I do). Or maybe someone is impersonating me (you know, dressing in fashions from 3 years ago, neglecting to sweep the kitchen floor until it makes a scrunching sound when walked on, and habitually scratching their scalp whilst reading).
It's a real life mystery. Go figure.