Monday, August 04, 2008


thought about applying for this one!!!!
(saw this hand painted sign hanging from a tree on the drive home from Rockport! anyone happen to know what "muy catalica" might mean? Jill? anyone?

8 comments:

MamaJuneBugJones said...

Okay, so, I don't really speak spanish, but living in New Mexico all of my life I think Catolica means catholic. I could be totally wrong that is just what I think it might be. :) Hilarious sign.....
Hope you guys are having fun!

Jill said...

Indeed, although you qualify on the first point, I'm afraid you're not "very catholic." Disappointing, but I'll help you keep an eye out for a "muy evangelico" sign.

Coach said...

That is FUNNY! Hey..are you the one who brought us all the tropical weather?? :o) Ever since y'all have been back in Texas we are getting wet. Thank you for that :o)....the news said we should get about 8 inches of rain here today.

I sure wish I could see you and get our kids together.

Julie

Haley said...

Wow. I wonder how many responses this guy's gotten. At least he knows what he wants. :) Looking forward to seeing y'all when you get back!

Tim said...

Great post and comments. Isn't strange that the first half of the sign is in English and the other half in Spanish? I guess this implies that she better be bilingual

Jill said...

I think that people who regularly start a sentence in one language and end it in another are automatically fascinating. I should've said "evangelica"

LivPurpleNow! said...

Where do you apply? I love it!

Tanya said...

Muy bonita: very pretty

Muy catolica: very catholic

Guy that posted the sign: very brave!!!

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