Friday, May 21, 2010

A Classic With Added Sugar

The thing about a traditional New Yorker slip is that while it always stands the test of time, there's always something new to admire.  For instance, I never noticed before that plea at the bottom in pretty parentheses.  But, oh, how it endures, barely a tiny change or miniscule adjustment. Brings back sick memories, very sick. Anyway, have a good weekend, mice.

2 comments:

8 Women Dream said...

I love that you post rejections. It is inspirational and makes them less personal.

This one kills me. So you get to pay for your rejection letter . . .

If so, you should treat yourself to some sort of special stamp since it's possible to create your own these days. . .

Catherine

INSIDE THE SHRINK said...

It's really a shame to call it a rejection letter because it helps us learn to improve and keep pressing forward. Great post. God bless.