Monday, March 19, 2012

Zen Monday: #188

It's time for your Monday Zen.

Here on Pasadena Daily Photo, Monday is the day you tell me about the photo rather than me telling you. Because sometimes, I have no idea.

19 comments:

John Sandel said...

It is NOW MONday, but I have no smart remark.

Clifford Beshers said...

This is a Republican "grass-roots" campaign to take back the "NOW" from women. It's called Narcotics to Oppress Women. Every time you step on a crack, they force some woman somewhere to take crack.

Man, that's a dark Zen Monday response, ain't it?

P.S. John, I didn't know you spoke Jamaican.

Anonymous said...

gina b
See my email to the Camelot page. I'm offline, but you can email me at the Bank.

How'w that for Zen?

Kalei's Best Friend said...

how about 'something's gotta give' :-)

TheChieftess said...

or Later...

frank zgonc said...

The grass is always greener

Laura Monteros said...
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Laura Monteros said...

Rotate 180 degrees and you get "MON(day) is a downer."

I deleted this comment the first time because I wrote "108 degrees", which just proves my point.

Bellis said...

An instruction from the God of Grass: it's time to colonize the next crack. NOW!

Anonymous said...

"Areas between ---> <--- arrows must be removed and replaced by a contractor BONDED with the City."
Looks like somebody's paying attention, but the money ran out at City Hall.

Susan Campisi said...

Hmmm... I kNOW nothing, got nothing.

Ms M said...

"Outta here -- NOW!"

Clifford's comment is darkly humorous in light of the political scene lately....

Margaret said...

If north is now, what is south. The future?

Dianne Emley said...

There's NO W this way.

Petrea Burchard said...

I like Mondays, partly because you all do the writing for me but mostly because you make me giggle.

I just couldn't believe this was on the sidewalk. How do you make that on a sidewalk? It wasn't paint. It's like the letters and arrow were just cleaner than the rest of the sidewalk. ??

I honestly have no idea how or why this was there, but it's on the east side of Garfield about a block south of Washington in northwest Pasadena. You will be amazed how beautiful that stretch of Garfield is.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

he/she must not like his mother
step on a crack and....

Nathalie said...

Now step up over that crack and get moving.

Now is an ever-moving moment. What was now when I wrote it is no longer now. Now is already gone. So now is ever forward. Hence the arrow. I should have been a philosophy teacher :)

Petrea Burchard said...

Nathalie, now my head has cracked and there's a little tuft of grass growing out of my skull.

postie said...

Sorry I cracked up cant do it now