Day 3551: Signs

I know I’ve blogged about signs many times before, but it’s a sign of how busy I am these days that I’m not linking to those previous posts here.

I see signs everywhere, but I’m not always sure what they signify. What signs do you see in my images for today?

Perhaps it’s a sign of National Hydration Day that I just put a sign in our bathroom to remind Michael to close the seat to prevent Joan’s hydration from the toilet.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “signs.”

I’ll be looking for signs of comments later today.

There are always signs of gratitude at the end of my posts, so thanks to all who help me blog every day, including YOU!

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11 thoughts on “Day 3551: Signs

  1. I find the Harvard professor’s observations a very troubling sign (which sadly resonates). Thanks for always lighting up my morning with an interesting post, Ann. A sign of a good day to come! 😉

  2. I’m a huge fans of signs of all kinds. here I see signs of the goodness of life going on, in spite of all the bad signs.

  3. I look at the bad signs and I try not to be too optimistic because I know, first of all, that a lot of people are struggling, and that we can’t take it for granted that things will get better without a lot of work. But a transgender friend and I have talked about how a lot of what we’re seeing is backlash against increased visibility for LGBTQ people and how all the anger and discrimination are, really, a sign of things getting better.

  4. The note about the sign on your toilet seat reminds me to mention that I hope that your bathroom renovation has finished and worked out well.

    I’m not sure that the apocalypse needs a sign anymore. It’s a little bit already here?

    • The renovation has been stalled for months but there are signs that it will start up again this summer. Thanks for your thoughtfulness, as always.

  5. I do feel that more things than ever make my check the cupboards these days, Ann.

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