How did I miss that? How did I miss those?


We started the week with: I’ve never seen that before!!!



We continue with:

How did I miss that?

How did I miss those?


Last night coming up and out of the subway –at the top of the stairs a sign caught my eye: a rather interesting sign, with interesting information.


Last night–I thought—What’s that? I’ve never, ever seen this sign before! Because of last year’s 3/11/12 Earthquake and Tsunami, I am now glad that I have seen this sign. I am now going to check for others. Good to know!



I saw a lot this week that I haven’t seen before!

I hope that you have too! Have a great week-end!!!!




Have a good one!



@KAdlerEnglish (Twitter)


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2 responses »

  1. How very interesting! My sister is a retired Reference Librarian. The VERY first reference question she was asked when she got her first job was for the latitude and longitude of a specific city block in her city (this was long before Google Earth 🙂 ) The question was because she had moved to a city on the Gulf of Mexico coast and it is hurricane country. Always a good idea to know where we are relative to how Mother Nature behaves in our area.

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