My Postcard Friendship Friday last week was about first love, but as the saying goes, true love never runs smooth so here is "The Lover's Quarrel". Is that single apostrophe S significant. He just looks fed up, she is sobbing. Perhaps he took her to the wrong place, such as a hillside full of bracken. This postcard must have been sent in an envelope early in the 20th century, perhaps emotion was too raw for the Postie to read.
"Sorry this has happened but hope you will forgive and forget will try and get up as far before Sunday. If not there Gt. A". The Gt A refers the the small village of Great Asby which is close by the even smaller village of Low Asby where this card's recipient lived. There are still quite a few Jacksons, possibly her descendants, still living in the village. Possibly not the card senders descendants though for there is a line drawn under the message and, in another hand (or is it my imagination) , says "never again, busy at present". Can't beat that for a put down.