Since when have single women still been called ‘spinster’?
Have been filling out probate forms today, and got annoyed at having to describe Rosie as a spinster. She wasn’t a spinster living in a garret in Victorian England. Perhaps I should have scrawled it out.
And . . . why are dead people called ‘the late . . . . ‘ Rosie was never late and got really irritated with people who were. So it seems very odd to describe her as ‘late’ now. Had a post load of official letters today, you see.
Apart from that, and chuckling at all your comments, it’s been a busy day at TKOE. We’ve sold out of several items of stock, so a new tea towel design is in production, a new bag design is nearly with us and there is another design which Rosie was deciding what to use it for, which is the subject of much Twitter action.
And Calum took me to The Lion King 3D and stood in the aisle at the end, singing at the top of his voice with his arms outstretched, until the cinema worker/usher/person (what are they called?) joined in.
I think I’ll put a photo up tomorrow.