My latest plan is to use Thursdays to pitch our window cling silhouettes. I hope you won’t mind. The latest, for sale (HERE), came to be because Richard was fascinated by the bronze cat statuettes (circa 600 BC) he found in a book about Egypt. We went back and forth, refining the design so that it would read as a silhouette.
Birds aren’t the only birdbrains out there. Plenty of humans have mistaken a sliding glass door (at least one in the home of a fastidious housekeeper) for an open portal to the great outdoors. One of these guys, applied at eye level, could prevent a serious headache, or worse.
Yes, one of my close family members had a serious tussle with a glass door–resulting in 100s of stitches and surgery. She still probably has a few shards under the skin. Not a pleasant experience. I like the design of this one! You do good work!
Oh dear, that’s terrible! I hadn’t imagined anything quite so dire.
Great idea! My dogs have walked into door before. It was actually pretty funny but maybe only to me. They may have disagreed.
Never thought about dog protection. I’m always feeling sorry for the subjects of America’s Funniest Home Videos. The humor almost always comes at their expense.
Oh Rickii – I LOVE that! Very cool…
Nice to hear, Anna.
I like it.
Thanks. How are your working?
That is a great design, congrats to you both.
Thanks, Loree…that means a lot coming from you.
Cool, cool cat!
Glad you think so.