Occasionally, the learned Society receive correspondence from various organisations and our esteemed Cont. Sec (God bless her) dutifully reads and files the missives. etetetetete
Whilst awaiting my tea and crumpets, this morning, I decided to venture into the study and have a browse through some of the archives. Entering the room and inhaling the glorious fragrance of old books and past Antiquarians, I moved towards the array of cabinets marshalled along the red, ggdggdfgdfdf flock-covered wall.
Pulling open a heavy drawer, my fingers danced over the handwritten labelled, foolscap files, brushing small crumbs of lemon drizzle cake from the papers contained within.
"What's this?" I pondered, casting my gaze over a rather dog-eared section at the rear of the cabinet.Labelled - Unfortunate medical conditions encountered by... I lifted out the file and a picture fell from within.
I smiled and uttered a familiar friendly rebuke many a Rambler makes when seeing a mistake by the Cont.
I wondered how many letters were secured in the Society annals that were forgotten because of mis-filing.
Opening the file, a letter lay within.
So that we may share for you to see, the Letter can be viewed.
I shall leave you to make of this what you will.
More from the archives will follow, my tea and crumpets have arrived, so TTFN.