Sunday, August 17, 2008

Sunday Sign and More!!

This week I had to have a new faucet put on the kitchen sink. What does that have to do with anything? Nothing. I'm just telling you, that's all. The weather has been nice but we need some rain badly. Could all you bloggers that feel so inclined do a Kentucky rain dance? Please. You can't do any old rain dance. It has to be a Kentucky rain dance. I know some places won't need a rain dance. Like Florida, that is getting ready for the latest tropical storm/hurricane to come in. One upside to no rain is there won't be a need for lawn mowing this week.

I was at Lowe's where I saw this van parked. I had to take some pictures. Must be a working van with the ladders on top. I have never seen this one around town. I would have noticed a van like this. Very colorful. I'm not sure what a Shagon Wagon is.















SUNDAY SIGN

21 Comments:

Blogger Judy said...

I love the sign, have no idea what kind of wagon that is either. Since I live in Kentucky also that makes two of us begging for that rain dance. My yard is so dry it crunches under your feet. Have a great week.

6:16 PM  
Blogger zzop357 said...

We also are very dry. Diane had rain last week.We had a trace, and they are still trying to find it;) As for the van, very pretty.But I9 think shag means something er, sexual.I think."Like the spy that shagged me"
I really don't know.
How is your hubby doing? I hope the full moon didn't bother him.Some people it it really bothers. I hope you had a good weekend, take care.
God bless. Donna

7:00 PM  
Blogger Jess said...

As for the question...I can answer it....It's a very bad thing! It's meant as a wagon to shag in...get it! Anyways and the other symbols are for smoking weed. I'm only 20, and not experienced in this!

hope you have a blessed week

9:55 PM  
Blogger Peter said...

I'm pleased to see that the "Shagon Wagon" subject has been cleared up Rachel, I was trying to formulate some delicate description.

10:28 PM  
Blogger Janell said...

It's dry here, too. Maybe we could combine the Kentucky Rain Dance with a Cornhusker Rain Dance?

Your sign is brilliant. What a great thought.

1:13 AM  
Blogger Clara....in TN said...

I wouldn't have known what a Shagon Wagon was either. I bet it draws a lot of attention!
It's dry here too. There's a 20% chance of rain this afternoon, but that's not much. Everything is drying ! I'll do the rain dance with you. Clara

9:25 AM  
Blogger Cheyenne said...

Up here in PA we are enjoying beautiful weather with the occasional thunder storm replete with lightning which just scares the bejesus out of me.
By now you have been enlightened to just exactly what a Shagon Wagon is. You know, like if the van's a rockin', don't come knockin'.

9:45 AM  
Blogger Scarlet said...

Can I send a little rain your way? ;)

We're looking at a possible Category 1 hurricane, but the eye doesn't look like it'll be a direct hit. We're feeling the outer bands now.

11:26 AM  
Blogger Susie said...

We're so dry here too Rachel. Thankfully the fires seem to be mostly under control, but we probably won't get rain for a couple more months.
What a "colorful" van. I'm glad you now know what those sayings mean. We see similar ones out here from time to time!
xo

11:40 AM  
Blogger Peggy said...

I need a new faucet if you want to come down and put it in for me. LOL Will try to get the grands to do a kentucky rain dance for you

5:18 PM  
Blogger Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

The truck looks like the '60's revisited. Updated, for the driver has a job.

I remember the bus the commune, The Hog Farm showed up in in New Haven.
Far out, man!

On water, we have had a record amount this summer. All is so lush and green. Sorry! No way to share it.

5:45 PM  
Blogger Rachel said...

Well, I had no idea that shag had anything to do with sex. The things you learn from your blogging friends!

6:34 PM  
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6:34 PM  
Blogger Flip Flop Momma said...

OMG, thats MY bus:)

Thats the best sign yet..really, I love that one.

7:10 PM  
Blogger OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

GREAT Sign, Rachel...!
That is quite a Van....I too have no idea what Shagon Wagon is, except...Well, except if it based on the Emglish expression "Shag"..

I will do a Kentucky Rain Dance for you, my dear! It may not be good, but my Heart's in the right place....lol!

7:39 PM  
Blogger Lucy Stern said...

Looks like someone had fun with the paint cans.... I think I would remember seeing that van, if it had been around for a while.

We have been getting plenty of rain here in Houston right now. It started out dry but the last month has been really wet. Today, I was out shopping for office supplies and got hit by a gully washer. It rained so hard that I could hardly see the road. Thankfully it quit after about 45 minutes. I am not sure what a Kentucky rain dance is but I will give it a try.... If it rains, you will know that I did the right dance.....lol. Have a great week.

9:24 PM  
Blogger Jim said...

Hey Rachel, I am sorry to be late (I always was late to the JD blogger church, this is a more serious offense).

I don't know how to do a Kentucky rain dance. I did do a Texas rain dance, that needed rain came (Dotty) got carried away when it traveled to Arizona.
My next Texas rain dance was this weekend, now it is raining all week according to the forcasters.
Be careful what you ask for.

And I see I'm too late to tell you about the 'shagon wagon.'
What I would have said is that "you don' wann'a know."

You should buy some spray and put your church address on that wagon, they need to get some straightening out (or they at least could drive by and read the signs, it might remind them of how their mothers taught them to act in public).
Imagine a think like that running around in your town, "our people don't do that!"
..
LOL
..

7:52 AM  
Blogger Fred said...

It's pretty dry here, too, in spite of Tropical Storm Fay rolling around the state.

As of two days ago it was projected to hit us head on. Never mind.

12:14 PM  
Blogger Granny Annie said...

Our California grandchildren are still here so we will begin a Kentucky Rain Dance tonight. Wish we still had our 6 year old Hope because they say she is a good rain bringer.

Love the Sunday sign.

1:34 PM  
Blogger sonia a.m. said...

Hi Rachel,
We are in winter, but it's dry here, too.

I am glad you like Ecological Day. Would be great if you join us. I will add Mister Linky on my page September 1, 06:00 PM.
Have a nice week ahead.

8:56 PM  
Blogger Jamie Dawn said...

Boooogie!!!!

Cool van!
Scooby Doo would love it!

1:49 PM  

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