7/10/2007

Do you see what I see?

Take a close look:Here's a hint:
Why is it that once you see something, you can't not see it every time it comes into view? There's also those eyes in the wood trim, that watch me in the 'ladies room', and the mold in the shape of the big dipper above my shower.
Should I take the tree as a sign to go over the hill to do a little gambling? Or does it mean that it's time to repaint the bathroom?

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Your bratty brats probably took a gun to your tree when you weren't looking.
There is someone really watching you in the ladies room... geez didn't you know that. Just wave..they'll go away.
Not a sign for you to paint the bathroom.... isn't Tom the painter? Duh!

maria said...

Tracie, you've got to have your own woo-woo show...

Tracie said...

Hey Terri- I've never seen them shoot at trees, only neighbor's padlocks on their gates and phone wires across the street.
Is it time to gently nag my own personal painter?

Hi Maria- Thanks for stopping by! (Hey everybody, this is my new friend from Dr. Campbell's office - she's as sweet as they come.)I'm clueless...what's a 'woo-woo' show?

Anonymous said...

You know, it's funny about seeing things a certain way. For example the sign logo for a brand of paint that hangs in Hardware and Paint stores; it's a can of paint being emptied over the world. Since a child, I've always seen it as a turtle, (think "Mr. Wizard" turtle) with a can stuck on his head.
Windshield wipers wiping always remind me of two halves of a broken record album.
I've never thought about this sort of thing till this blog subject. How random but fun.
~Michele

maria said...

Tracie, I'm your regular! I check in once a day for the goodies.

A woo-woo is like "the twilight zone." You know, UFO's, etc.

And, aw, shucks, thanks for the intro!

Anonymous said...

Hi Maria,
Tracie's said sweet things about you. And, as the saying goes, "any friend of Tracie's........"
~Michele

Tracie said...

Michele- I gotta check that out next time I'm in B & C. Windshield wiper marks...they remind me of shark fins. (the part in the center)I think Grant's responsible for that one.

Maria- Ahhhh, if you check in once a day, that means I have to be more regular on the posting. I may get desperate and post on how to clip my toenails and clean my ears.
Don't know if I see enough 'woo-woo' stuff to warrant a show, but you can bet I'll be on the lookout now.

Scribbit said...

Reminds me of how my husband had stories of "La Santa Tortilla" from when he lived in Texas in the 80s on the border. THere was a woman there who made a tortilla that browned in a pattern resembling the face of Jesus.

You've got good eyes :)

Anonymous said...

Woo Woo is the sound a steam engine makes when it whistles at crossings......come on.....D.......how did the dye job on Lulu go? Get her a kinky perm to go along with the change in color and we will think she is Mozart! Later...Dad

Anonymous said...

kinda looks like the Big Dipper.....D

Tracie said...

scribbit- Now that would be something to see! Maybe I should look closer at my moldy bathroom walls.

Dad- I thought of that, but what's that got to do with seeing things?
Nixed the dye job on Lulu cause you had to go and spoil my plans. Maybe if I shave both, I could make you guess which one was yours.
No,no. The Big Dipper is in the mold, not on the pine tree.