On the eve of World war 2 the British Government printed 2.5 million Keep Calm And Carry On posters. The aim of this simple five word statement was to convey to the country a message of reassurance for the troubled times that lay ahead.
The posters went unused and subsequently destroyed at the end of the war. Some 55 years later a second hand book dealer in the North of England discovered a copy of the poster in a box of books bought at auction. that find marked the rebirth and launch of the Keep Calm And carry On message into the 21st Century.
From the first time I saw this phrase I've always wanted it displayed somewhere. I could never find one small enough for my little, bitty houze so I made a version of my own. It is displayed in my bedroom in a frame given to me from a friend.
Then last weekend I found this!
Yes at Home Goods! For $4.99 it's small enough that I have it sitting on top of my fridge! LOL! I love hot tea. Especially in the evening with a comfy throw watching tv or reading a book.
Although I have not used it yet, I'm Happy! Home Goods Happy!