Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Where to buy a casket

If you're in Dallas, this casket showroom is open to the public, in a high-visibility location along North Central Expressway.

I was amused that right next door in the same strip mall is Cindi's Restaurant. (After you're done with lunch, drop by the showroom.)

And speaking of Dallas, I won't be blogging for a few days - we're driving down to spend Thanksgiving with some of my family - the Texas part. I should be back to blogging very early on Monday morning, November 26th. Have a happy Thankgiving!


Julie Layne said...

Oh, please have Heather call me when you're down here! We'd love to see you guys.

Anonymous said...

seems very...Texan. I'll be sure to stop in, to both of them.

Jenny said...

Hi Paul. I just read your post on the other blog about not continuing with publishing your rubbish art. Sad.
Why don't you print out your artworks onto canvas, and sell them as cards etc on etsy.com

arodericks said...

Hi Paul, leaving to work in Tanzania and Kenya from Canada in a couple of days, and found it very very useful to read all of your blog posts from your time living there. Just wanted to thank you for taking all that time over the years, since it really is a valuable resource for getting a real day to day picture about life in Nairobi. Reading travel advisories alone seem to indicate that I'll get robbed repeatedly the second I get off the place, and while your blog did mention such incidents, it was nice to see a broader perspective on daily life in that city. Thanks!

The Lone Beader said...

Ha! Do they sell one that's the shape of a Cadillac Eldorado?? ;)