Proscenium

(Ain’t It) A Real Good Sign

Day 278 – October 5, 2019

Filling the Frame – Lens-Artists / 6 Word Saturday / Brazenly Bronze – Weekly Prompts Photo / Esoteric – FOWC / Amidst – RDP / National – WODC / Day 5 – Octobers Lined Squares

There was an open house at a sign manufacturing company today.  And since there is a direct correlation to what I am teaching, I went and paid them a visit.  It wasn’t intended just to those who were esoteric to the industry, but rather a “house warming” type of event.  For a newer company, the clientele that they have already started is pretty impressive. I stood amidst signs ranging from local to national accounts, their massive shop was filled with activity. It was pretty cool to make contacts with processionals who may be a future employer of my students.

Look Who I Found

A Fresh Voice

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