Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Will This Business Thrive?

This is a new business on a country road. It's name is It's My Business. What would you think it is? Tacos? Hamburgers ? Ice house and soda? No, none of these. Can you see the fancy gowns in the right windows? Hummm, no where else but south Texas. Gowns for the Mexican fifteenth celebration for girls. We'll see.

15 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

wow. looks a little remote, to say the least...

S. J. Qualls said...

Appears to be off the beaten path, sure hope they can put it on a trailer to move it to a busier part of (?)town. I wish her luck -

Jon said...

It does look a little isolated. I would much prefer tacos and soda. And ice cream!

TexWisGirl said...

i linked you to good fences since there's a fence there. :)

jack69 said...

Someone had a saying, 'Build it and they will come', I guess they took them at their word. I 'reckon y'all will see'. My brother's saying always come to mind at questions, "One never knows does one?" Of course he plagerized the saying! LOL

Tanya Breese said...

looks kind of out in the middle of nowhere! interesting!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Y'wonder what they're thinking...and I'm wondering if the business is booming for them?

Jedidja said...

Interesting. I like it. Wish haar "veel geluk".
#GoodFences

LV said...

Sometimes it is not the size that counts, but what it is used for. Guess they wanted privacy.

Grantham Lynn said...

Hmm. Interesting. Great shot!

salemslot9 said...

maybe it's a 'front'
for something else
not trying to be negative
just wondering out loud
do you think they live there too?

Ida said...

We have a business like that here but it's located on a very busy street in town. This one seems pretty remote.

Paula said...

Yes Lisa that thought has crossed my mind too but I think they do live on the back of this acreage because I noticed a little lane going up the hill.

TARYTERRE said...

It's a sweet storefront. Hope business succeeds.

Leilani Lee said...

If what the Mexican neighbors across the street from where I grew up did when their daughter turned 15 is any clue, this is an incredibly big deal for Mexican girls. If the business has any sort of decent advertising or perhaps "word of mouth" support and/or there is a large Mexican population in the area, they will do okay.