First, this happy from the grocery store parking lot.
Why does this make me happy? Because I almost always find that the people who bother to take the carts to the cart racks automatically sort them into big carts and small carts. People are such pattern-loving monkeys, sometimes it makes me happy.
I couldn’t get a good picture of the door of this yellow house because some selfish bastard parked right in front of it. I like the simple gingerbread.
I’m a sucker for stone.
I like signage painted on the walls of buildings. Don’t ask me why, ’cause I don’t know. (Bonus points if you get the reference.) This building used to be Harmony and Health, which moved to a larger location. I was most disappointed to find that this “Market” is a place that buys junk and sells antiques.
I never thought I’d ever see the day.
What’s that? What is it, you ask? Here’s a closeup of the window.
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A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Something comes to pass that someone never dreamed would actually happen.