I went to take the photo and then I stood and stared. Husband said, 'Don't go getting upset now. Just take a photo.'
But I am upset. The pram was wonderful and pushing it was part of a very special time in my life. I am very sad to see it go but the children don't want it because it's too big and impractical for their needs/cars.
I don't want it to go on Freecycle because I think someone might take it and then sell it. Ideally I'd like to vet the person who has it but I suppose that's not really practical so a charity shop is the next best thing. At least it will be sold in a good cause.
|Daughter very happy in pram thirty-eight years ago.|