sign posts

I am always thinking,
as I pass these signs,
if the psychic is good
they'll know
I am not
coming
in

37 comments:

  1. I was hoping to see that you went up to Central Park to take pictures of all the trees down...looks like a tornado went through the place...but your signs are cute....

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  2. Your comments are even better than the photo!

    Den Mom

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  3. Ha, ha..yes, no disappointment for the psychic then....

    I'm loving "Knitty City" too!

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  4. Once in New Orleans a friend and I
    went to three psychics in one afternoon( after we had been in
    Pat O'briens bar for several hours )
    Good for a laugh, but no help finding our hotel.

    Without psychic help I learned to always carry the name of my hotel
    and to limit the Tequila Sunrises.

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  5. HA ~ funniest post I have read in a while! Truly made me laugh outloud loudly! Fun photo with so much to see. Happy Weekend!

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  6. I want to know how the psychic came up with $15.21 as a price. Maybe we should all play that number and then buy ourselves an island

    I love knitty city!!! makes me want to stab someone with a knitting needle ;)

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  7. Ah but if you do decide to go in sometime they may be expecting you! LOL

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  8. Love the combination of lines, angles, colors, words, even numbers in this picture.

    I hope that $15./half-hour is for something else and not a palm reading....I cannot imagine having someone telling me my so-called future for 30 minutes. That's a frightening prospect. 3 minutes, tops, ought to do it.

    Word verication is vapitly. That's the speed at which I'd run from a German palm reader.

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  9. My thought has always been, why don't the play the Lottery.

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  10. Amen to that! Hopefully, they will step out & trip you if they have something important to say to you...

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  11. I always wondered by they asked your name when you got there.... shouldn't they know already???

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  12. Very funny! But how would the psychic know you passed by? S(he) knows *nothing* until the cash register sings. ;D

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  13. Daryl!!!! Post of the DAY!!!! Congrats to a very deserving friend. :)

    LOVE that photo with all the colors, angles, shading, and social statements. I share your opinion of this uh, "art" form on psychic readings. I never understood the logic behind the psychic hotline. If they knew I wanted to call and was willing to pay, wouldn't they call me?

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  14. :) they will also know that you will feature them on the world wide web!

    great photograph!

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  15. So curious..have you ever been? Go. I dare you, use my name, tell me what she says. I love your eyes.

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  16. bwhahahahahaha! I've always been curious about what goes on in these places. But never quite curious enough to venture in. Maybe I'll try it some day.

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  17. Yes, David is correct! Your humor makes my day!
    Did I read that correct...1/2 hour special for $15.21? LOL.

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  18. I needed a good laugh tonight:) Once went to one in Atlantic City for fun with friends. She told me I was having more kids. I asked for my money back and she said why and I told her to pay for the new baby of course!
    Joyce

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  19. Lol, on the note. Unfortunately I don't believe in this stuff, lol, I think it is all mind work, if they tell us that something bad or good will happen, I think we will make the bad or good. BTW congrats on POD at David's blog. Anna :)

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  20. I love how the signs are stair stepped and the colors are wonderful!

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  21. Tee-hee. If she's worthy of her sign, she knew! ;-)

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  22. Heh! (But I want to see what's inside "knitty city."

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  23. Exactly.

    That's such an unusual special price, too.

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