Because every respectable suburban home needs Egyptian statuary in the courtyard! 🙂
I saw these delightfully homely signs while taking the Monte Cristo scenic drive through rural northern Utah a few weeks ago.
This is the time of year that ranchers bring their sheep and cows down off federal land, where they’ve been grazing all summer.
Naturally, I had to wonder—Do only the slow sheep hang out on the road?
The fast sheep are quick enough to get out of the way of speeding cars! 😉
I spotted this fun sticker proclaiming automotive financial wisdom on a car in my workplace parking lot the other day!
As an aside—I’ve found debt-free living to be a highly satisfying lifestyle and I’m happy to own my own I-paid-for-it-with-cash vehicle. I recommend Dave Ramsey’s 7 Baby Steps as a great guide for budgeting, paying off debt, saving money, and building wealth.
I’m guessing that this person is 1) an ardent practitioner of crewel embroidery and 2) an admirer of the villainess in the The 101 Dalmatians!
“Crewel embroidery, or crewelwork, is a type of surface embroidery using wool. A wide variety of different embroidery stitches are used to follow a design outline applied to the fabric. The technique is at least a thousand years old.”
On a recent trip to the South Island of New Zealand, I saw a variety of interesting signs!