Dear Traffic Warden
My wife has gone into labour and I am unable to move my vehicle at the moment, but will move it ASAP.
I appreciate your understanding of the situation.
What kind of holiday photos do writers and authors take? Those with a story behind them, like the one above from a car spotted in a short-term parking space in the picturesque island of Guernsey.
Obviously scribbled hastily, the note looked genuine to me. But was it? Did the driver get a parking ticket? And if so, was he too busy being a proud father to worry?
Whenever I travel I like to look for out of the ordinary scenes that might one day inspire me to write.
Like this one, below.
I wonder why the owners chose the name? No doubt it has some historical significance but, according to the Concise Oxford English Dictionary, a bigot is 'a person who is prejudiced in their views and intolerant of the opinions of others...'
Well, it certainly makes a change from Rose Cottage.
Which brings me back to where I began. If you are looking for something to write about, just take a look around, especially when you're away from home. You'd be amazed at what you can find (yes, even on the car park.) At least they didn't have parking wardens when this car ( an MG TB?) was made.