It actually made me laugh, and then I felt a little bad because clearly that wasn't the reaction the writer was going for, and then I felt really bad because that is a LOT of effort to go to for negativity! I can't imagine actually getting a pen and a bit of paper and writing on it, and putting it under the wiper, and then how yicky the person must feel for the rest of the day. Very sad. It reminded me that it's so so true that we find what we look for, and that it is important to be careful what I am investing my energy in. Anyway-I'm sorry, person who was having a bad day. I probably am a terrible parker. I'll try to do better. Or at least return to parking far away soon when walking is a bit easier. :P
We've had our van Snowball for almost three months now, and I've discovered that the reason people have those little families on the back of their vans is that there are SO. MANY. VANS. I'm not good at picking ours out of the crowd.
Matthew can make me a sticker to put in the back window, whatever I want. That's daunting. I keep thinking words-because I like words, but it's hard to think of a quote that I will love forever, and that will be short enough not to cause anyone to be distracted, and that will make me smile when I see it.
At first I thought "Peace begins with a smile" but I've changed my mind about that one already and it's not even on the van.