the one and only truly amazing katster (katster) wrote,
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The day I was a superhero

Yesterday, on my walk between the parking garage and work, I found the following juxtaposition of signage:

Warning signs

The chalked message up close, so you can read it:
What the chalked message said...

It was one of those moments where I just had to pause for a moment and laugh (and of course, take a picture). Somebody has a sense of humor in this town, and it’s those sort of wonderful serendipitous moments that I love very dearly. So yesterday, I walked past the message, head held high, as I obviously was a superhero. Only superheroes may pass. The sign said so. Thus, by passing it, I must have been a superhero, no?

I wasn’t a superhero today. We had a spectacular light show and plenty of rain last night, and the chalk was washed away. Mundanity returns. So sad.

Originally published at retstak.org. You can comment here or there.

Tags: my life, pictures, sactown
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