Month: December 2013

Elsewhere This Month

I plan to write more about the guinea pig greeting cards in a later post, but meanwhile: Elsewhere I published this article about Bedlam – a small village in Yorkshire – on the Quillcards blog. And Tamara and I published an article about the free trial we’ve introduced for our ecards. And Maria contributed an article entitled ‘Let It Snow’ to Meanwhile, I have been visiting my mother in hospital in Leeds – and the worry of how she is doing is with me constantly.

Chrysler Imperial

It’s always tickled me how much more I see sometimes when I look on the computer screen at photos I have taken. For instance, when I saw this car parked on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, I saw the lines and curves of the body. But it wasn’t until I looked close on screen that I really ‘saw’ the crown on the badge. My first thought was that a badge with a crown was strange for a car made in the USA – a ‘revolutionary’ country that had thrown off the yoke of British imperialism and monarchy – but of course must be a Chrysler Imperial. Maybe someone recognises the lines of the body well enough to confirm it is indeed an ‘Imperial’…