I am away on holiday for a couple of weeks but hopefully the weekly Sepia prompts will continue to appear, thanks to a little pre-planning and the wonders of wifi. Who knows, I might even write a letter home describing my adventures (note to self - don't forget to pack the typewriter). Our prompt this week couldn't be more self-explanatory if you were to type it out in capital letters. If you have any old pictures that relates to the theme image, just post your posts on or around Saturday 20th June 2015 and link to the list below. And here is a preview of what is on the next page or two (or three) of the great Sepia Saturday novel.
After all that, words simply fail me. And if they fail you, you can always let your images do the talking.
With apologies - my finger slipped and the wrong link showed up on screen, so ignore that and here is the correct one, telling the story of my Dad's Life in Typing.
I figure typing has supported me about half my life, so I had to post some photos (not mine but available on the net).
Way early this week, but I got fired up.
Keyboards take many forms.
I'm the type of person who enjoys this challenge.....
I have a different type of typewriter.
A fun post is all I can offer this week.
My family's favorite typewriter story. (Doesn't everyone have a typewriter story??)
No typewriters from me this weekend (though I have a small collection of antique typewriters).
Instead I have a solution to one of my photo mysteries. A long story but trust me, you'll enjoy the finale.
A Remington Five typewriter and the short story I wrote on it in 1967.
I have an oldie but a goodie.
Words, writing...perfect prompt! Novel is close to publication!
Words are all I have.....
Typewriter is an instrument that helped my folks get through college
Better late than never. I’m going to be way for the next few Saturdays but I’ll be back soon.
Three weeks in one this time. The Best of Intentions. And I'm even later than Nell.
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