I'm afraid that the second photo down is out of focus, and none of them is great, but things happened and I didn't get around to taking the pictures in daylight, and finally took them with a phone against my ear on the drawing room carpet. The book on the carpet, not the phone or the ear. It is a delightful book and I hope it might be reissued one day, perhaps by a company such as Lulu, which prints to order. Weeza's favourite book as a toddler, Smith the Lonely Hedgehog, by Althea Braithewaite, was printed in that way and I bought Zerlina a copy plus a spare in case it ever was lost.
I have got as far as registering with Apple my interest in a new iPad. They aren't taking orders yet. I agreed with Weeza when she said that it won't change my life (sorry to sound overdramatic) in the way my phone has, because there isn't that much more of a change to make, in truth. But I am looking forward to it immensely. I also am looking forward to the absurdly grand gesture - the really good bargain to be had, at present, is to buy the original iPad at a reduced rate. But, although I rarely indulge myself very much (you observe the careful qualification), when I do, I have little interest in being cautious. I shall also buy myself a new printer, so that I can print from the iPad wirelessly, just because I can.
Just because I can. Hah.