Spotted in a Starbucks in Sacramento, CA

A flyer advertising a Christmas Holiday craft fair at a local high school.

The lead line (in 30 point font) read “HUGE CRAFT FAIR” followed by the school’s address and the date and times of the sale.

The next four lines (in 18 point font) described the types of booths and crafts, the food, and other craft fair attractions.

After that, the poster featured a large open space with Christmas-craft-ish illustrations (because nothing puts me in the holiday mood like a pre-Thanksgiving poster covered with mangled gingerbread figures and psychotic snowmen wielding what I hope are brooms and not the halberds they actually look like).

And below the space, in 24-point type, the following three lines:



Indoors, in the cafeteria!

Ten points if you see what I saw there. (Fifteen if you noticed without snickering.)

For those in need of assistance…ask yourselves how many minivans fit in a cafeteria.

Then go have a fantastic and laughter-filled Thanksgiving.

2 thoughts on “Spotted in a Starbucks in Sacramento, CA

  • November 25, 2011 at 10:30 pm

    I need to check in more often – Thanks for the nice words in the Parents as Teachers. My kiddos love your seahorses – Sarah especially thinks they are very cool.

    • November 26, 2011 at 9:25 pm

      Thanks Darcee! Glad to know the kids like the seahorses too. I’m pretty fond of them myself!

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