This will be a very short post, as I have had my share of (copy)writing at the office today! We're in the middle of an important product launch, requiring a brochure, leaflet, flyer, poster and a list of FAQ's. And the deadline is Friday! I hope we'll make it.
But just to thank you for dropping in, here's a photo of what is probably the most famous house in Canterbury. Mats and I visited this lovely town on the second day of my short stay in Deal in the beginning of July.
I have no idea why the door is all crooked. Could it be a construction error or just a quirky gimmick the owner ordered to have a unique house? There may be some explanation on the internet, but I just don't have time to look it up right now. Or maybe you know the answer ... Tell me: what do you think?