|An anonymous do-gooder is trying to inspire chilly Seattleites with signs posted around town.|
Someone is spreading some free wisdom around Seattle, piggybacking on No Parking sandwich boards on Westlake Avenue and in the Denny Triangle.
I first noticed the signs, made from big pieces of plain cardboard, in midwinter and started seeing them pop up near construction sites and intersections with city signboards. The author changes them out when they wear out or get moved, but throughout the city the messages are much the same: forgive; do good; be kind; be happy.
I tried to find out who was responsible by asking around and leaving my card on the signs, but they remain anonymous. I guess I'll just have to wonder and smile every time I see these signs.
|Spotted: free wisdom on top of an old No Parking sign on Westlake Ave outside the South Lake Union Goodwill.|
|A mysterious person quotes Ralph Waldo Emerson to inspire Seattleites to do some good in everyday life.|
|In the Denny Triangle: Reminding us to be kind every day.|