Monday, July 21, 2014

Blue Monday - Blue Graffiti

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Make someone's day when you wish them a Happy Blue Monday!

We were out on an errand the other day, and look what I spotted. A message in Blue spray painted on a wooden fence! I had Johnny turn the car around and pull over while I snapped some photos for you. (Notice that pretty Blue sky.)

And as I was snap, snap, snapping away, what luck--a Blue truck drove by!
So today you get two for the price of one!

Here's the Blue message up close. I tell you, folks, if that were my fence, I'd be quite upset at the graffiti "artist."

What do you think about this?

Happy Blue Monday!


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Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The blue thanks-to-God sign on the fence is the best blue of all!

Jim said...

Great news but the graffiti wouldn't make me happy.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hmmmm....I agree, Sally, that I hope whoever wrote that heartfelt message,wrote it on their own fence, and not someone else's fence!

Happy Blue Monday!

My name is Riet said...

Maybe it was his own fence Sally. Happy Blue Monday

GranthamLynn said...

Happy Blue Monday.

Unknown said...

Lovely blue finds <3

Gerald (SK14) said...

that's a lovely message

Anni said...

The message is a jolly one, no ordinary graffiti, so I think (hope) it's written on the owner's fence.
Isn't it strange how you can find blue where you never expected it?
Happy Blue Monday!

Hazel said...

Love the blue truck on what looks like a dirt road. I just love the look. It reminds me of home. And that's a great message in blue but not on my fence.

Hannah said...

You find so many blues, Sally, I guess the graffiti is really good news if it is the person's own fence. Happy Blue Monday!

Hannah said...

You find so many blues, Sally, I guess the graffiti is really good news if it is the person's own fence. Happy Blue Monday!

Julie said...

I was thinking along the line of everyone else, that the owner of the fence wrote the message.

Unknown said...

You wrote: "I had Johnny turn the car around and pull over while I snapped some photos for you".
That is Great. LOL.Been there done that a few times.
Great message too. I know the person(s)that wrote it were ecstatic. : ) Thanks for sharing.

Lina Gustina said...

It's a personal thankful message. I also thought the same -perhaps the fence belongs to the 'artist'.

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Happy Blue Monday, Sally! Hopefully, the fence belongs to the artist ;) Thanks for hosting. Blue Winter hugs from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

Susan Freeman said...

I hope that is their own fence too. Graffiti is only appropriate if it is own one's own property. Happy Blue Monday and thanks for hosting Sally!

Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

Minoru Saito said...

You are very lucky that you would come across the blue truck. I can not say it'sgood or bad about the graffiti. Thanks for sharing.

bj said...

I choose to believe it is their own fence and so thankful their daughter is alive.
Happy Blues, Sally.

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

Nice blues, Sally. Graffiti is really a big problem here as well. At least in Melbourne there are designated areas for "artists" to do their graffiti on. However, it seems to encourage others to damage property illegally as well. Hopefully the thankful message was written on the person's own fence.

EricaSta said...

Hello Sally,
I`m in first time here to post my Blue Monday picture: It`s a window in a old, old tower in a nice small town ...

I see your captures and like it very much!

Thank you for hosting.


Minoru Saito said...

Hi,Sally. No.19 is my photo. Thanks for sharing. Wishing you nice days.

Anonymous said...

This is really good news if is on the person's own fence, otherwise is just a graffiti; happy Monday :)

Bargain Decorating with Laurie said...

Hopefully, the owner of the fence painted the sign. What a remarkable way to share such a wonderful message. Your pic of the blue sky is gorgeous, and obviously, blue just finds you, since the blue truck came along for you to photograph! Thank you for hosting. laurie


I love that happy and thankful message on that fence, but I would be so proud to have the graffiti on my own fence if it was about my daughter, right?
Thank you so much for the great BLUE party and hope I got the pic right, too!
Have a lovely and happy week dear Sally.

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

Sally you do find some interesting blues. Thanks for hosting.

photodoug said...

Sally, the sentiment appears real. Perhaps a unwise choice of location. Thanks for sharing.

Black Jack's Carol said...

There was true gratitude and elation in the message (unlike some graffiti), and like many of the other commenters, I tend to hope the writer expressed those thoughts on his/her own property. Whatever the case, you did find lots of great blues :)

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't mind the sign on the fence, as long as it would be done a little bit more artsy:)

Jeanne said...

Hi Sally, Surprise!!! I loved the sign and it made me so happy for the family. It was a pretty blue vehicle and the sky is awesome. A good day for a blue post.

I am slowly trying to get BACK TO BLOGGING! It is slow going.

My post is late as we have nine people here with 6 grands and two of our daughters. Fun and busy times.

Life should be back to normal after next weekend. YAY! Lets talk then, I miss you.

Love, Leanne

joyh82 said...

You can tell the person who painted that was so happy and pleased. Hope you have a great week Sally!

Ann said...

The message and thankfulness is great.

Deanies Stash said...

I think it is probably the owner's own fence. If so, it is a wonderful message. If it isn't their own fence then not good. Thank you for the party.

Donna said...

Hi, Sally,
It's been a while for me. When I read the fence, I just thought it was the owner of the fence that wrote it. hmmm

Salmagundi said...

I hope the fence belongs to the painter. My daughter has survived cancer, too; and there is unbelievable joy and thanksgiving. But, would I paint it on my fence -- no! To each his own. Sally

Mia Celeste said...

Hey Smiling Sally,
I just found out about Blue Monday, but I'm fond of blue and actually have a couple of blue things on my post today. I'm always looking for new memes, and am excited to find yours.