Signs of our Times

I live in a small Midwestern town, Lawrence, KS, with our biggest feature being the University of Kansas. One feature I find attractive is our vibrant downtown.

I noticed different signage during our Safer-at-Home times downtown, and am sharing them with you all.

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Yep, I love Lawrence too! And our local used bookstore.
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Our rockin’ indie bookstore; thriving!
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Our city is tolerating the use of their sign by the Framewoods store.
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This coffee shop opened in February and is continuing to thrive with curbside service.
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Our local department store, continuing to show up for us since 1857.

 

Published by Lorna

I spend time hanging out with my husband, those two young adults I had the privilege of momming, and two grandchildren. I love connecting with my friends and talking about what’s important to us over a cup of local jo. You can find me outside taking walks, bicycling, tending our wild yard, or inside cooking Gluten-free yummy food, knitting, crocheting, sewing, reading, and catching up with my large extended family. After exploring approaches to life, I have decided the guide for me is Love. And that keeps me grinning.

3 thoughts on “Signs of our Times

  1. Beautiful images, Lorna! I too come from small-town America and I love the small town because it has such heart and soul. The pandemic has hit us hard as well. Thankfully, we got back to normal for a while but don’t know what changes the Delta variant will bring. Let’s keep each other in prayer. Wishing you many blessings! ❤

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