So I am currently on a vacation, but still at home. I guess since as society we need to sell everything we do as something greater than it actually is, we now call this a “staycation.” And now I want to shank myself in the face for typing that stupid word.
So, yeah. Basically I took two weeks off work, you know, because my mental health is important to the job I do.
Week one will consist of my sister-in-law and nephew visiting and showing them the area. My nephew is two, so as a precaution I took another week off work in case I needed to decompress.
I’m not going to need to decompress. He’s a fucking delight. He’s witty, cute, laughs like someone who means it, and he shares his food with me. Oh yeah, did I mention he loves the shit out of all the same foods I do?!?!
But since I have a second week off anyways, I have decided to use it to add to my stockpile of things you need to read about in my blog.
I think the first posting after vacation will consist of street signs that simultaneously scare you and make you laugh.
And I’ll leave you with this teaser…
Seen in a national park where there were no intersections and no feasible way for a truck to be driving there. I didn’t even get to snap a picture of the first two we passed because I was contemplating their meaning so hard.
Are there phantom trucks I need to worry about? What roads could these trucks possible be driving on? Why are these signs only located in the “Sasquatch Country” that all the town buildings are boasting about? Are the trucks for Sasquatch?!? I mean, help me out here, sign! What are you saying?!?!?!
Needless to say, I laughed about the absurdity of the sign and then before you knew it, my imagination made me want to pee my pants.
And we were still more than two hours from home and it was getting dark…
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