Monday, June 27, 2011

Shoulda coulda woulda

Our other car is a Mini Cooper. That's what I was driving when I saw this screen door. We need a screen door.

I suppose I coulda strapped it to the roof or set it up in the back seat. Or maybe I could go back for it today with the truck. But I don't think I will.

Goodbye forever, free screen door. We hardly knew ye.

Friday, June 24, 2011

A case of free

Thanks to loyal reader Norm M. for sending in this clearly-too-lazy-to-roll-down-the-rainy-car-window-photo of a really nice free sign. A case of Casarsa Pinot Grigio goes out to our lazy pal Norm as our little way of saying: really?

And for the best "really" ever, please click here.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Free makes me happy

The free-tastic duo of the ebullient Kimmie C. and the perky Jonathan P. send in this pic that says it all: "free smiley face". Oh yeah. It put a smile on our face.

A case of Snapple, made from the best stuff on earth, goes out to Kimmie C. and Jonathan P. as out little way of saying "thanks." Hope you snagged some of that free glassware in which to sip your Snapple.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Another in our "Same sign different stuff" series

Found in front of Greta's spiffy house.

The first see through free sign!

Thanks to all-around awesome chick Alice R.M. for snapping this inspired pic from the dark depths of Zena-Highwoods Rd. A ream of top-shelf tracing paper goes out to Alice as our little way of saying thanks.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Scale model of enormous public swimming pool

Snapped by the fabulous Alice M. A case of Trident Splash goes out to loyal reader Alice M. to thank her for this fab shot.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Up the creek without a paddle?

Newly loyal reader Paula B. sent in these pics from the bowels of Connecticut. (Ha! lol, jk, Ct. does NOT have bowels.)

If you came for the hammock, you're outta luck.

A case of Bartles & Jaymes Fuzzy Navel Wine Coolers goes out to PB as our little way of saying "gracias".

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Reader Paula B. sends in this short story about a little boy who's growing up and a mom who's finally letting go of the trappings of his youth. Sweet bird. A couple of bonsai trees are on their way to Paula as our little way of expressing our feelings of gratitude.