Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Everything I Ever Needed to Know...

I learned from a lighthouse.
Excerpted from The Lighthouse Activity Book by Elinor DeWire and specially illustrated for fun.

Stand up straight and be proud of who you are.

Always look on the bright side.

Take the stairs; it's better for your health.

Aim high.
Ian How on Flicker

Don't look down.

Photo by Edward Bolds.
It's okay to wear horizontal stripes.

Cleanliness is next to Godliness.
Coast Guard Photo
Never fall down on the job.
Photo by Canadian Coast Guard.
If you want to be noticed, look conspicuous.

Don't look conspicuous during a thunderstorm!
Friends of Pensacola Lighthouse
Pay your electric bill.
It's okay to stay up late.
Cartoon by Glen Jones
Don't make waves.
Life can be a little stormy now and then.

The taller you are, the harder you fall.
Coast Guard
You can make it through the night.

Keep an eye out for others.
Coast Guard Photo
Write in your journal every day.

If it gets foggy, just say Boooo!

Never fall asleep on the job.

Rise to great heights.

Always keep spare light bulbs on hand.
Do windows.
Nautical Research Center
Hold the handrail for safety.

Don't drink and shine.

Leave a light on for those who aren't home yet.
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