Going through old posts, I found a picture to give us a boost today.
It is the time of year for potholes in Ottawa, Canada where I live. The ground is thawing and contracting after expanding through the frozen winter. Road salt exacerbates the damage to the asphalt that crumbles under the wheels of cars.
On this pothole, patched by black asphalt, a happy person painted an orange happy face.
When life sends you potholes, put on a happy face.
Yay! Cute and inspirational.
Thank you. It makes me feel happy to think about it, and these days we need plenty of those kinds of things around.
A happy face on a pothole is about as good as making lemonade out of lemons – ha!
We have few potholes in Florida, but where I grew up in Pennsylvania, potholes would appear after the winter thaw.
May you continue to see the glass as half full today, Arlene!
I’ll be out driving today – watching out for those potholes! I will smile if I see one and drive around it, and that’s a good thing.
;-D You are Numero Uno on replying to my post today. Huge Hugs, if only virtual!
That definitely put a smile on my face. And the “sprig” of orange hair raises the cuteness factor by 10.
Yeah, I loved the hair too. Any day you can have a “cute” pothole is a good day.
Haha! We gotta smile and laugh through the potholes of life for sure!
The sun is shining, it is a beautiful day. I choose not to notice the potholes. 🙂
Good choice. 🙂 xo