If it's not one thing, it's another at the moment. The Lad is home for Easter and monopolising both my room and my computer and therefore I'm not getting online half as much as I would like to. On top of which we are now in the run-in to the GLW's retirement and there seems to be a long list of things to do and people to see.
For my Easter Sepia Saturday post I am featuring one of my very favourite photographs of the Good Lady Wife. Here she is sat in an old wooden pram with the mills of Elland in the background. The photograph must have been taken in about 1954. 57 year later we are living within walking distance of this scene (the mill you can see was only pulled down a few months ago). In a few weeks. time she will retire from her job as Consultant Pathologist and Head of the Infection Control Directorate at the Hospital Trust which today covers, amongst other places, the little town of Elland where she was born. Quite some journey in a little wooden pram.
You can follow the journeys of people from around the world by checking out he posts on the Sepia Saturday Blog.