Thursday, February 13, 2014

Keep Calm and Carry On



It was an important icon during WW2 in England,
 and it remains as iconic today.








It helped keep a hungry, frightened and tired nation's eyes focused;

reminding them they were defending freedom.







Oh, but what fun we're having with it now!

I decided to put together a bunch of the alternative
 "Keep Calms" for our amusement.



There's two that are just perfect for me:







(Keep Calm, stand on one leg and carry on
listening to Jethro Tull - Ian Andersen, the flutist for the rock band
stood on one leg often whilst playing his flute.)





Here's two for my tea society sisters & fellow bloggers:

















Here's the perfect one for my MIL:








There's the perfect one for my husband:









And one for my brother-in-law Pat:







And one for my older sister :









Here's the perfect one for my niece Delaney:







Here is one (at this crazy busy time of her life) for my little sis:






And what she should wear
 when doing what REALLY makes her keep calm:










There's one for my sister-in-law Jenn:










And two perfect ones for my niece Darien:










Here's an awesome one for all my teaching friends, such as  Dina:










And a good one for my nephew Tony:










Here's a good one for my niece Reagan:







For my elder daughter:








Here's a good one for my brother-in-law Tony:









There one for my younger daughter:









And my younger brother:










Here's a perfect one for my son-in-law and older brother too:









And here's one for all you crazy GOOFY 50 Shades fans:







I hope to have made you smile just a little bit!

Lastly, if I was able, I'd make one that says:







As always, thank you for your  visit!

Stay warm, safe and dry!


~Michele









18 comments:

  1. A great list of Keep Calms except for that one that seems to permit a nervous breakdown. Ha!

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  2. What fun- Send me the one that says Spring is Coming. I am having a hard time believing it this winter! xo Diana

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  3. Wow, those are just grea! Love them all Michele!!

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  4. These are so funny...you have one for all of your MANY family members! :) It would be nice if we could find a place that sold them all. Thanks for the giggles!

    XO,
    Jane

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  5. Those cups are way to fun and funny, so clever of you to come up with this...love the cups and love the creativity...thanks for sharing

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  6. Keep Calm And Drink Wine is the one for me!

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  7. The theme/image is now as ubiquitous as it was in World War II with much wider applications! How fun! Haven't seen many of those and some really made me laugh!
    Thanks for the giggles!
    Ruth

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  8. Fun mugs Michele, and one for everyone!
    Wishing you a Happy Valentine's Day.
    Judith

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  9. Fun! :) Definitely one for everyone!

    Happy Valentine's Day! :)
    ~Liz

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  10. I am not smiling a bit. I'm smiling very BIG right now. I love this post. My very favorite was, "Stop telling me to keep calm". LOLOL!

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  11. It looks like you've got next year's Christmas presents all picked out, Michele! : )

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  12. Great post! I didn't know there were so many different "Keep Calm" mugs out there. I'll be on the lookout for several of those for gifts.

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  13. The Jethro Tull and zombie ones were especially clever! Thanks for assembling all of these for us to enjoy. What fun!

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  14. Hi Michele, how fun these mugs are. Love the different saying, tailored for different people. I need one of these babies, when i get all stressed!

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  15. These are so adorable! I love the teaching one, I'll have to print up a copy and make a cover for my plan book!!!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  16. Each mug is so charming, wish I had a few for sure!!! Thanks for sharing this fun post dear Michelle. Have a great week and KEEP CALM!
    FABBY

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  17. Dear Michele,
    My husband is a big, big fan of Ian Anderson. That mug is hysterical. He would get such a kick out of it. Fun post.
    Churchill inspired his nation.
    Have a happy day, Ruthie

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