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Thursday, November 15, 2007

Sign outside Moon River Gifts on the Enchanted Circle Drive near Taos, New Mexico

This is the way I'd like to run a business!
(If you have trouble reading it,
clicking on the picture makes it larger)


His Girl Friday said...

ha, ha, ha!! I love it!!! when i'm not working, that is how my life is sometimes :/ I am so not a structured person by nature!!!! :)

Kayce aka lucy said...

love this sign. and it reminds me of that constant balancing act of structure and letting things unfold as they will :-)

storyteller said...

Me too ... especially since I've retired and have so little "structure" from without. I'm such a right-brained intuitive person! Living on my own (with just Molly & Ms Kitty around), it's easy to let time slide ... especially in this "virtual world"

ah yez ... a balancing act, indeed :)

thailandchani said...

That's the way it should be. There's far too much dependence on schedules and timeframes. No wonder people are numb.

storyteller said...

I suspected you'd enjoy this sign as much as I did upon finding it in New Mexico & sharing it here.

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