Alphabets ruled my life when I taught kindergarten. We had multiple pictures for every letter, and they dominated the decor. Letters are so prevalent in the decor of our lives today, I think I look past and through them now … unless they make me laugh!
Teachers are so accustomed to reading upside down, that sometimes they forget that they can actually read right-side up.
This must have been a page turner, and the reader couldn’t be bothered with directionality.
Sometimes it’s important to read ahead to learn about where you are going so that you don’t miss the things you might really enjoy.
Or you can read signs and wing it.
“Of course, I’m hungry. Let’s stop here!”
Speaking of reading, thanks Paula Terrill for telling me that you read all my posts, even if you don’t comment. It’s nice to know! 🙂 I write to be read. Don’t you?
For more thoughts about alphabets check out the Weekly Photo Challenge here.