Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Happy First Hump Day of 2011!

If you're wondering how to celebrate, I found this helpful suggestion while prowling the interwebz:


If you can't read the smaller word at the top of the picture, it's "AHEAD."

(Now, if that's not a good reason to keep your eyes on what's in front of you, I don't know what is.)

Enjoy traveling toward your future, and enjoy the scenery along the way. Oh, and don't forget to follow the directions. The fun ones, anyway. ;)

15 comments:

Anne Gallagher said...

I think that's what worries most about the new year -- all the humps I'll have to get over.

Suze said...
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Suze said...

Ahhhh - your first hump day post is a photo of England. Yes there are indeed weird instuctions you have to follow when driving in the UK. I believe that there is a handy car parking lot just out of sight in that village... for obedient drivers. Just tell me if you'd like to know why we drive on the left :)

Dianne K. Salerni said...

I'd be happy to follow those instructions, but my husband is out of town. :(

abby mumford said...

duly noted.

Karla Nellenbach said...

yes, i do think i might enjoy following those instructions ;) Happy Hump Day, Linda!

demery bader-saye said...

Oh how I would love to live in England...

Melissa Gill said...

Wish I could follow the directions, but sadly I'm at loose ends. (And terrible at following directions anyway.) Happy Hump Day.

Elena Solodow said...

Woo hoo!

Lola Sharp said...

I'm on it! (get it;)

Happy Humpday to you, too, Linda!

Love,
Lola

Bess Weatherby said...

Haha! Great picture! I celebrated hump day by taking an afternoon nap. Productive much?

Kelly Breakey said...

Just what I needed today to make me laugh.

Linda G. said...

Anne -- One hump at a time. That's the only way I can manage obstacles. :)

Suze -- LOL! I WOULD like to know why you guys still drive on the left.

Dianne -- Aww. Sorry. Just add it to your To Do list for later. ;)

Abby -- :)

Karla -- Thanks! Back atcha. :)

Demery -- I lived there once, but I was only 2, so my memories are vague at best.

Melissa -- Happy H-Day, to you too. :)

Elena -- Always nice to see another Hump Day appreciator! :)

Lola -- I get it. ;) Back atcha. :)

Bess -- Hey, naps ARE productive. They recharge you, so you can face the world again. :)

Kelly -- Happy to oblige. :)

Tawna Fenske said...

When I was a kid, my dad would see those "stop ahead" signs and put his hand on my head or my brother's head. "It says you're supposed to stop a head," he'd tell us (I know, I know, cheesy).

In light of this memory, I'm not really sure how to read "Hump ahead."

Tawna

Linda G. said...

Tawna -- LOL! I know what you're thinking, and, yeah, it's exactly what I thought when I first saw the picture, too. ;)