Early interesting Cars:
1957 Chrsyler Diablo, concept car
I received a note from my good friend Buddy. Buddy appears in many of my books. His personality in the books is pretty much real. I received the following picture from him to give to Stormy. I may make a copy and hang it in the ex-maternity ward.
Now the milkman, an old story. Buddy’s wife Dianne (She is not the Princess, but just as pretty!) was born and raised in England. She probably isn’t old enough to remember milk and egg deliveries. But many jokes have been thrown at the milk man. But lately I read something I thought might bring you guys a smile.
If you are familiar with that time in history when the milk and eggs were delivered as diligently as the mail, then you know that most communications with the milkman was by notes. They were left in the clean empty milk bottles that were being returned. My mama used that means to pay the milk bill and also tell the milk man when we would be out of town.
I think in terms of the USA, but I ran across a list of notes left in milk bottles in England. I hope to post one at the end of the next few blog entries. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.