I’m sure you have witnessed a similar situation.
I was waiting at the traffic lights the other day when I noticed a lone driver in a stalled vehicle. It was not in the intersection, it was not rush hour traffic and they had the emergency flashers on to alert other drivers.
Exactly what I would have done in the same situation.
But there is always some one in the crowd, isn’t there?
The vehicle stopped behind them, angrily leaned on the horn before moving out of the lane and aggressively speed around them.
I think you need a SNICKERS Bar buddy!
(Naturally, I had already consumed my daily chocolate quota by this point in the day . . . 10 a.m.)
I’m not sure what the angry driver thought he accomplished by “leaning” on his horn. I think the person in the stalled vehicle didn’t need a reminder and was quite aware of their current situation.
If only people would only use their horns appropriately.
Take my client Pat for instance.
Pat had recently purchased a 5 x 7 decorative mat (a Christmas Horn design) from me at an artist group meeting.
Using her creativity and illumination skills, she added her artwork and used her horn for the good.
Now it definitely is a horn with plenty!
If you are interested in personalizing your photo’s or artwork for a fraction of the price of a custom order, check out the unique pre-cut mats I offer on my online store.
The selection changes regularly and all fit standard ready-made frames
About Karen – A creative business owner who specializes in framing unusual items. When not transforming objects into framed masterpieces for clients, she indulges her sweet tooth with all things dark chocolate and unwinds with a good biography and a cappuccino.