I am back on good, solid British soil after my sojourn to Massachusetts. Who can say I didn't have a good time? Not me! I got to tell some excellent lies in support of a surprise party, while the freakishly clement weather meant that I never had to fall over onto an icy pavement. I was disappointed not to experience the vicious cold and snow that I'm used to, but comforted by my lack of the habitual bruises. O treacherous "side-o-walk"!
In the meantime Britain was almost wholly destroyed by storms. I mean it. On the way back from the airport, I had to drive around a small tree branch and an upturned traffic cone. This was but the tip of a stormy iceberg. I was disappointed to find that my house had not been wholly destroyed, thereby freeing me from life in Oldham (presumably into a new life as a nomad). Thus I must divert my energies to further renovation.
In service of such tasks it becomes necessary to create new Scary Go Round items. I figure if I screw up my eyes very tightly, even in my jet-lagged state I can imagine a new picture print for sale. But here is the question: A3 like the Esther print, or A2 like the Shelley? Small, or big? And does the prospect of an ultra-luxury short-run option on canvas appeal to the monied section of the readership? There are comments for a reason! Feel free to tote "opinion".