There is good news and bad news.
I leave you to decide which is which.
First, this is my last entry for "Len Tingle's Blog".
Second, you will be able to continue reading my musings on the new-look "Len Tingle Page".It is just one click away- just follow this link
And what a week for the move to a different part of the "blogosphere"....or should that be "pageosphere"?
It is less than a week to the first national test of the Coalition Government at the ballot box with some of the tightest local government election contests in Yorkshire and the North Midlands for years.
Anybody think they will be decided on local issues? Well I am sure some must believe that is the case but I have yet to meet them.
On the same day more political history will be made. What will be the UK's second national referendum is being held.
You can tell how long ago it was that that the first referendum was held when I reveal it was the first opportunity for the newly-enfranchised teenaged Tingle to cast his vote.
So did I vote for or against our membership of the Common Market in 1975?
Embarrassingly I am sure it was not a decision based on my careful assessment of the facts. My final choice depended on just how shaky was the nervous hand that held the pencil.
To this day I cannot tell you where the tip landed.
I was so worried about being the kid who spoilt his first ballot paper that it still all a blur from the moment I pulled the curtain behind me in the polling booth.
Not the most auspicious start to democratic adult life for a future BBC Political Editor.
Thirty six years later I am hoping to make a more logical choice on whether the system of voting for our MPs should be changed.
Though when the Politics Show asked people at random in the streets of Sheffield what they thought about the arguments for "Yes" and "No" campaigns I got the distinct impression that many of them might quite like a few tips on my old "pencil in the shaky hand" technique.
So which way will I vote? Well, that would be telling.
So as I shuffle off this from this blog and jog towards my new page please feel free to refresh your memories on the words I have written here over the past year or so.
The BBC, in its wisdom, has decided that "Len Tingle's blog" will be permanently parked on the hard shoulder of the information superhighway.
It will not be towed away and scrapped for the digital dustbin.
I absolutely refute allegations that this is a cost saving move because taking a blog down is an expensive process.