Object Silliness for Humor Me Friday.

The truth is it’s become second nature. I’m not looking for them anymore. They just, show up. 

Last week, while on the road, I kept seeing them on the sides of houses. The windows were arranged specifically to form smiles, faces, etc.

Like this one..

The library had plenty to contribute…

A lopsided toothy grin.

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And there he is again.

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On our way out, Victor spotted him ^

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And when we got to the church, on the piano… there was another grinner. 
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We went for a walk, ended up at the outdoor portion of a museum, and there was the smiley.

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In the same museum, behind the fence, was an onlooker…

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At the small town consignment shop…there was a clock face.

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And in the church cafeteria.. the doorknobs and trash grinned.

Keep smiling. Keep searching for the happy. And speaking of happy, Happy Friday Y’all!

Object Silliness.

Well Internet, here’s the goings on.

Ten days ’till the SAT. Remember the SAT? Yeah, everybody’s taken it, everybody’s forgotten about it, everybody’s over it.

Everybody except me. Naturally, I think I’ve got the worst case of the jitters in history, I’m the one who has most obsessed about this in ages, I’m the ones who has written the most blog posts on the topic. That one might be true.

More news.

I’ve got myself a job. (More on that later.)

A friend is planning on visiting in a couple of weeks. (Yay!)

I will be taking my driver’s ed road test. (Here in BC we get three different license, the first one, I got last year and all that was necessary was a written test. I had several limitations with that license including a red “L” that I had to put on the car’s butt every time I drove. Now I have to take the road test and put a green “N” on the car’s behind.)

Victor has begun violin classes. (My ears. My poor ears. Have any earplugs? I’m joking. I’m so happy he’s taken up music classes again. The kid’s got talent.)

March .. has much goodies to fill it.

On a completely random note, have you ever noticed how inanimate objects around the house can be completely silly?

Victor and I make a game out of it. To see who can spot a new face/expression on a household object.

Mom’s vegetable grater.
On the corner of the washing machine. 

Here’s a silly, not so inanimate object.
Victor eating frozen blueberries we picked last summer. 
Anywho, that’s what’s been and what will be going on around here in Abby. Be back to normal soon. Right? Hopefully?
Happy Thursday, y’all!