I had to stop in my tracks on the way to lunch at the Fleetwood Diner recently.
We’ve all found a bumper sticker or two that speak to us, that have just the right (or left) message. I like to call this car a mindful messagemobile. Every one of them is conscious, maybe a little cheeky, but all right on target.
If I’m lucky the Just B Yoga buggy will one day grow up to be like this car.
The story ends with a tap on the window from inside. A familiar face was there, Michelle Dykins, my pet sitter. I ran inside and learned the car belongs to Sandy Dykins, Michelle’s sister, and wife of Stan Werbin. They own Elderly Instruments!
A small and very positive world!