It's been a long weekend of writing on a non-textile-related project. Instead of quilts, I'm deep into the world of late 19th- and early 20th-century explorers. It's a bit of a slog, but as with nearly every writing project, I'm learning a lot.
So, here's my message for today. It's a reprint of a British WWII poster, supposedly posted in the subways where Brits sought shelter during bombing raids. Veddy, veddy British to keep a stiff upper lip in times like that. My husband got it for me for my birthday a year or two ago and it reminds me that if folks could carry on during bombing raids, it shouldn't be much of a problem for me!