Haha I love the poster! In real life I would probably die if that happened to me, I have very slow reflexes. :-/
Another gorgeous cover. Love it!!!
i don't remember that one... why, it's wonderful and right up my alley.Jeremy [Retro]AtoZ Challenge Co-HostOh No, Let's Go... Crazy
I don't think I've ever seen that poem before...awesome. Thanks for sharing.
It took me a moment to understand what was happening in the truck picture, but I probably would've screamed and killed myself running off the road. Can't win either way. haha
Oh my goodness, that last pictures is horrible.
Funny poem but I loved the cartoon more. Decisions, whoa! There has been three times I had to make one second decision on the road. Still wondering how was it that I didn't have a heart attack.
That last picture: yikes!
Excellent D's -- it took me a few seconds to "get" the Decisions poster, but when I did I yelped!
That poster reminds me of that movie "Final Destination"....scary!
So true about the day after Halloween. That poster is awesome.
That is a great cover!
I had one of those last things happen once only with a metal rod.
I would piss myself if I saw that tree coming at me! Good thing I keep clean underwear in the glove box
Shel Silverstein has always been one of my favorites.Lesson for today: never drive behind a logging truck. Cherylhttp://www.thebusymomsdaily.com/2013/04/blogging-from-to-z-april-challenge_4.html
That is a scary poster. My husband drives a truck and he tells me never to drive behind or beside a truck. They lose their tires a lot, which can be just as scary as a log soaring towards your windshield.
Oh, I love that Drought cover! Looks like an awesome book.
I always say that the day after Halloween and Valentine's day are the best times to get candy :P It's probably a good time for decorations too!Also, that is a legitimate fear of mine every time I drive behind one of those trucks O_O
I don't know what bothers me more, the tree coming at the windshield, or that a person took the time to take a picture of a tree coming at the windshield. ;)
very, very good, loved the poem and loved the image...what a decision to have to make...
Ah! I love Shel Silverstein! I think I must have re-read all of his books several dozen times as a child.
I love Shel Silverstein, but that tree photo makes me shudder.Tui Snider visiting from the #AtoZchallengeTwitter: @mentalmosaicBlog: http://www.mentalmosaic.com/blog
Sweet! That tree eye thing is awesome. On a side note I'm glad to see we are all getting spammed equally!Please visit my site:"Killing kittens with q-tips"The High Cost of this Low Living
Cassie Mae keeps spare underwear in the glove box?!
Fun poem, striking cover, scary pic!
Silverstein!!!!And that pic reminds me of what happened to me today. Car in front of me suddenly hit the brakes and swerved. I was going to go around the car that had stopped in front of it, but the car behind me swung around me, boxing me in.Thank God I don't tailgate.
You know I was wondering why sometimes poets say rhyming is not good poetry. Look at all the stuff SS does. To me, he's like the Dr. Seuss of kids poetry. If that makes sense. :)
Another great poem by SS :) That poster is scary. If one could survive the ensuing wreck, that'd be one heck of a law suit.
the halloween poster is greatit's always been my favorite holiday (even beat out xmas!)
A great collection of Ds! (Even if the poster did make me gasp in horror.) I love that you're including blog shout outs with your A to Z post. Great idea! I'll check these out as soon as I've posted my comment. :)
The poster made me laugh, but I would not want to be in that situation!
That last image made me flinch! I'm glad no one saw me. ;)
Enjoying your posts.I hate following log trucks as I am always worried for that reason. I hope that it is a decision I never need to make!
The decision pic is quite the eye grabber. Love the cover too and that eye.... Ha, that poem is a hoot.
I heart me some good comments... and pumpkin spice latte's too!