I just had to turn around.
My son-in-law always gets a chuckle whenever he see a business like this one. So last weekend when I spotted the signs in a town nearby, I just had to turn around and take a picture.
Typically one would visualize a juicy hamburger sizzling on the grill.
But upon a second glance maybe they don’t do hamburgers so successfully. The sign shows they focus on Texas Fried Chicken.
A little confusing but ok, maybe they put the fried chicken in a burger bun.
Just a minute, a closer look at the building tells me Burger Baron is actually a pizza joint. But wait, their temporary sign says Halifax Donairs.
If they try enough angles maybe they can make something work but I am left thinking, “Jack of all trades, master of none”.
I think I will eat elsewhere.
Speaking of working all the angles, I am reminded of this object box I did for Robert a while back. His passion is kite building and then of course, flying them on the beach.
By framing some of his photos and a few elements from his hobby, we created a visual reminder of what he does best. So now he can feel pride even when he is not on a beach.
Celebrate your skills by framing what you do best whether it is fishing, marathon running, Scrabble playing or kite building.
(They also make a great keepsake for generations to come.)
And for the record, at Time Frames Custom Picture Framing:
- I do not build office towers (unless it is with Lego and you are my 3 year old grandson),
- I cannot safely repair your car (how do I open the hood again?),
- and I will not clean your home (I struggle enough with mine).
What I do focus on is framing your treasured objects of art because that is my passion and that is what my clients say I do best.
Have a refreshing summer enjoying what you do best!
P.S. Here’s a sad (but let’s face it, a little bit humorous) example of someone who should have stuck to what they know best, teaching handicrafts, not restoration of 16th century statues.
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.