Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Lunch pack

lunch bag

I was really taken by Angie’s lunch bag – although colleagues in the office were cautious when I suggested that I might get one. Jonathan, as always, was diplomatic and suggested that it might depend on what sort of messages I wanted to communicate. It’s so interesting how a rather innocent (and, let’s face it,useful) little bag can become socially contentious!

MSN travel blogs seem to be the preferred medium of Brit youth abroad. Here is Princess Sally, back in Australia once again and Henry who’s been via Dubai to India. Travellers’ tales on the net…the perfect medium.


Joolz said...

Synchronicity..... see my post today!!

Guy Merchant said...

The link being?

Anonymous said...

Hey Mr.Merchant, how you doing? I'm on your blog! My global network is starting to form! I shall take over.... Was very interested in your bit about how you change with age and surroundings and stuff, have been thinking about that alot lately.... nice to know I'm not the only one who is trying to work out the universe, one puzzle at at a time! AM fruit picking in Oz, is pretty hard, but good money and mangos burn your skin.... errr yuck! Anyway, hope you are well, take care and be good and if you can't be good, be fantastic! PSxxx

Guy Merchant said...

Yey, nice to hear from you again, Princess S!

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