Exactly three weeks ago, Hubbie and I were at Maharishi Store on Great Pulteney Street, sipping beer and chatting to our friends and acquaintances. It was a launch party of a book, Good As Gold Beyond Awesome, and we were invited because Hubbie designed the book,
The weather then was not as hot as the one we are experiencing recently but it was pretty summery and pleasant.
The venue of the party was a well-known boutique and it had a beautiful Japanese warrior’s armour on display.
The place was buzzing with the excited crowds.
While Hubbie was putting the layouts together, I contributed to it by doing most of the typing in the book. Yes, typing, proper typing using a vintage Olivetti typewriter! Unlike word -processing with a modern keypad, typing with an old-fashioned typewriter was a pretty physical experience. It was like mini boxing with my fingers! I had to hit the keyboard hard so the letters would appear crisp and clean. And the noise of it! It was raucous. How anyone coped with those deafening sounds in the offices, especially in a room with multiple typists working, before desktop computers became norm?, I wondered.
The book was a great success.
The images were juxtaposed in such ways, it would stir your imagination.
The man himself, Ed Morris!
He may have looked a bit annoyed but he wasn’t. He was a very intense man. Right?
Bella was a bit taken aback by the amount of the crowds at the party.
I don’t know where to stay..
As she grew more mature, she developed slight shyness. As a puppy, she was very outgoing, almost a bit like manic.
Then, you don’t want to leave the party?
Oh Bay-Bay, can’t you make up your mind? We are leaving because Hubbie has started having a migraine!