A nice way to beautify the place. Is it a town project?
This IS very cool! Is it all over your town?
Hilary, I don't know, but this is what I read in a local online newspaper article: The "You Are Beautiful" phrase is supported by a national group of the same name that says it encourage phrase's use in such public spaces as a way "to make a difference by creating moments of positive self realization. We're just attempting to make the world a little better."
I like them too!We have a three day weekend too. YIPPEE!
I think I'd like to see that sign every day!Fun weekend you have planned there! Enjoy!
I like the idea, there is so much negativity in the world. It looks like you have a very nice weekend planned! I hope you enjoy it! denise
what a clever idea. it would make me smile each time i saw one. enjoy your 3 day weekend!
....and you are beautiful!....i agree...it is wonderful Stevie! :-)
I like the signs.
They are positive. I am glad to see them too. I hope you have something fun to do this long weekend.
It is making the world a little better. I like.
What a great sentence to see all round, I would not mind a bit either to be exposed to graffiti like this.;)xoxo
I'm so glad you stop and take photos of these signs and share them with us!! Have a wonderful long weekend!!
I hope your head is feeling better! I like the signs, it's fun and made me smile! Please tell me what Wii game you played too when you get back!
How very awesome!and your long weekend as well.
This reminds me of Operation Beautiful...I wonder if it's affiliated with that at all. Regardless, I'd love to see that kind of positive energy in my town. Very cool.
Wow ... That's so cool.
Love it! They should do that here. Thanks for bringing a smile this morning. :)
What nice thoughts. I'd like to see people say positive things like that to each other more often. I hate always hearing kids on steet corners putting each other down. I can't believe the language I'd hear, walking the three blocks from our office to the hospital,passing bus stop where teens would wait for the city bus to get to school. And the insults they'd hurl at each other!
A wonderful message to see each day!
I'm glad you stopped by and I look forward to your comments. As Dr. Fraser Crane would say, "Hello, I'm listening."