Last March I put up a quasi-humorous post in which I related how a representative from the National Agricultural Library asked permission to use a photo from one of my most notable canning mistakes as part of an exhibit.
I granted permission and then forgot all about it.
A couple of days ago, a reader reminded me of this post, asking, "Have you ever gotten the link or seen a page where your photo is to know if you made the final cut?"
Nope, totally forgot about it. So I emailed the woman who had asked me permission, and she immediately sent apologies for her oversight in not sending the final links.
The image appeared on an article about the evolution of home canning practices:
The photo is part of the "Canning Techniques" sub-exhibit.
So there ya go. One of my most dramatic canning mistakes, formally immortalized. Ta da!