Say it with class


If it needs to be said, say it with class and a little humor doesn’t hurt either.

Have a wonder-filled day,

Donna Flanagin

Random me:  My mother was a welder during the WWII.


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  1. Brilliant sign. Did you come up with that? Plus your post is after my own heart – short, pithy, funny.

    • The morning we were leaving for Germany we were having breakfast in a localValpo cafe and this was in their gift shop. Thought it was so cute, just had to take a picture.

    • Jeff, I am learning the value of a short blog. I find I don’t have the time to read the long ones, but can always squeeze in the short ones.

      • 🙂
        And then we go on vacation and have extra time, so we write longer stuff….deadly.
        Dealing with that paradox right now…

      • Ha, I won’t have that problem. I will be much to busy “making memories” !!

  2. that is brilliant

    • It is such a contrast to what you usually see when folks really don’t want you to bring kids into their business. Loved it. Thanks for reading, I’m honored.

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