How could it be May already?
Add April notes and photos to your letter material. And don’t worry if you have some excellent photos that don’t match your notes: they don’t have to. It’s perfectly fine to have unaccompanied pictures, particularly if you can add an amusing caption to them. (So get witty!)
After breakfast on Christmas Day 1970, Wendy and I slipped back into the lounge room to prod the presents: there were three for each of us and one of mine was clearly a book but another felt like a bottle which mystified me: a bottle of what? It would hardly be cordial or tomato sauce and what other liquids could a child want?
 Unless the photos are amusing enough all by themselves: like the snap of my friend Jill’s children proudly making a human pyramid with their friends, completely unaware that little William was rocketing towards them wildly on the family dog.