I am in the interview process for a great opportunity in my field. Although the company is less than 20 miles from my home, I had never heard of the town’s name where the office is located until I saw it on the job posting.
My husband had a business meeting this morning and he and his colleagues met at their office to drive together to the meeting’s location. It wasn’t until he got in the car with his group that he realized they were headed to this newly-found (as far as the Sister Rains are concerned) map dot.
Also today, I was running local errands and as I pulled out of a shopping center parking lot I came right up on giant advertising letters on the driver’s side of a delivery truck. And the town of this delivery truck’s company? You got it.
They say that signs are everywhere but I have to wonder, are they only there because we want to see them so badly? I’ve heard the expression “that’s a bad sign” but I really don’t notice the bad signs, only the good ones, and usually when I am hoping for something big to happen.
If I had to choose, I’d rather see the signs for something good than for something bad. And right now, all signs are pointing to good. And that’s a good sign.