I don’t know about you but I’ve been home a lot. Spring is here, I’m vaccinated, and I’m looking forward to going places in my car. I want to go visit people. I want to go shopping and to events. It is time to see my car more in a parking lot and less in my driveway.
While they are out and about, our cars can roll quietly along, or they can help establish positive social norms in our community. What does that mean? It means that a simple window decal or bumper sticker can create an expectation of what is normal for your town or office. A confederate flag says one thing. An interfaith logo says something quite different. Social norms may not change what people believe, but they can change what they are willing to say out loud – and that’s a start. So let me tell you about some bumper stickers and window decals that can spread love and tone down the hate.
Our window decals go on the inside of the window facing out. They stick using static electricity . . . so no glue and no goo. They are a little more subtle than bumper stickers, but they are also less visible. We have them in four designs. They start at $1.50 each.
We also have 7 bumper stickers, for when you don’t mind speaking a little louder. They are removable for the first few months, then become permanent. They also work on notebooks, filing cabinets and laptops. Prices are as low as $2 each.
Perhaps your car is a little musty from sitting in your driveway for so long. Our two-sided rose-scented interfaith air freshener will solve that problem, and inspire anyone who happens to be riding with you. It is a sweet-scented conversation starter.
Warm wishes and warm weather wishes to all this week.
Karen Saint Rain