I’ve recently become a fan of the Keep Calm and Carry On poster from WWII Britain. I have stationed small versions of the poster in strategic locations to remind me to cross my bridges when I come to them, rather than what I usually do, which is to design, construct, pave, and paint bridges in every direction on dry land, just in case a river suddenly appears.
Obviously a lot of people find the poster both amusing and reassuring because it has become a hot web sensation. It seems somehow appropriate that the poster was rediscovered by the owners of an absolutely gorgeous bookstore in a converted train station in northern England. Get out your bookstore bucket list because you might have something to add to it after seeing this video.