Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Get rich quick!



I’ve been overlooking the obvious--
an opportunity for a lucrative home business, right in my own back yard, just steps from my own back door! And, though I haven’t thoroughly explored this goldmine, from what I have seen, I have quite an ambitious work force already in place.
Imagine the possibilities!
No job is too big…none too small.


Now, to write a business proposal and grab a catchy name.
Web design—everybody’s doing it!


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23 comments:

Susan Gets Native said...

Good idea, Nina!
Looks like you have a good start there...

:)

Kelly said...

haha! funny!

bobbie said...

They really have been industrious!

KaHolly said...

I love your sense of humor. Spider webs are a wonder-ful thing. I have my fair share of photos of them, as well. Who can resist?

Kallen305 said...

What an interesting object to photograph.

I love how you can find beauty in the ordinary and capture it so well in photographs.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Tee hee... My imagination told me that the barnswallow nest was a chicken up on that rafter looking for leftovers before I enlarged the photo. I guess it is wishful thinking. I always think I want chickens.

Ruth said...

lol! I shouldn't have cleaned my laundry room on the weekend especially behind the furnace, dryer and freezer.

KGMom said...

That's a good one, Nina.
And with the economy tanking more each day, I am sure someone will be grateful for your creativity.
Ha.

Appalachian Lady said...

Web design! Funny!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Unique idea.Hope you get lot more help.LOL
Blessings,Ruth

T.R. said...

Those look like industrial strength spider webs - you could sell those for Halloween decorations. Sheesh, what I really want to know, should I ever have the opportunity to walk in that barn - where are the spiders that belong to those massive webs. Ohhhhhhh!

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Hehehehehe! Web design, indeed! :)

Kathiesbirds said...

Beautiful webs! Charlotte would be proud! How about Charlotte and Wilbur Web Designs! Tap into the nostalgia factor.

Cicero Sings said...

Just keep those spiders on your side and you'll have a lot of free help!

Deborah Godin said...

Funny! Much as I appreciate the beauty of webs, I have to admit that most spiders give me the wim-wams!

Rebecca Clayton said...

You are such a scamp!

Thanks for the laugh.

Barb said...

I'll send you my Wolf Spiders from CO. I'd be glad if they moved out of my house and joined your enterprise!

mon@rch said...

Spider Webs . . . . stunning shots! :)

deejbrown said...

Guess someone else had the idea of "web design" before we did!

Mary said...

LOL! This looks like the skylights in my house! I'm going to have to get a ladder and get the "web designs" down one of these days.

Mary said...

Great idea! Not my kind of business - too creepy.

fudgelady said...

That's using your "Spidey sense"! ;-)

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