Signs . . . they’re everywhere . . . billboards in the city, stickers on cars, comments on Facebook. I found some wise ones in a novelty shop, on a car, on a piece of paper, on a writer’s sweat shirt. Some you’ve seen before. Others, I hope, are new. Silly video at the end!
Quotation now thoroughly engrained in pop culture from the Tom Robbins’ novel Still Life with Woodpecker, an un-fairy tale with princess Leigh-Cheri and outlaw Bernard.
“Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me,” a popular NPR broadcast on Saturday mornings . . . what we do at traffic signals, the post office, a doctor’s office. . . counsel from the Lord we resist hearing:
Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and He shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the Lord.
“I won’t fix my car until YOU learn your lesson,” this driver insists.
Easy to say — until it actually happens to you!
Favorite come-back of my colleague, Dr. Laura, when students plead for a better grade.
Yes, pigs actually DO fly at the Ole Country Buffet in Valdosta, Georgia (Cliff on the road)
Her sweat shirt warning vengeance, I watch my step around Jennifer, a writer friend.
What quotes on plaques or signage have you seen around your town? Somewhere else?
Inquiring minds have to know!