With everything closed during the current pandemic, if I had this sign, I would put it in my front window and let it flash away. I imagine the neighbors would wonder what the heck I was up to.
Was I going into business in this strictly residential neighborhood? Had I finally gone over the bounds of good taste in my somewhat eclectic choices in yard art? Perhaps they would call the city and report a zoning violation!
None of the above I must say. I would just be bucking the trend. I would, even though we are not allowed visitors these days, that I was indeed open. In my own enigmatic way, I would be telling the world I'm still here, still open to life and living and in spite of appearances, had not closed down...entirely anyway.
If I had bought this sign, I think it would look pretty snazzy in my bay window. the light would cast a fun glow in the night. People might even laugh, thinking I'd gone round the bend. Or they might knock on the door and ask what I was open for or to or by. I could tell them I was demonstrating an open door policy, leaving myself open to suggestion or to whatever comes down the pike. Questions would of course need to be open-ended.
Enough I guess. I didn't get the sign. But I did take a picture, a gif no less. And it did open my mind to a bit a whimsy. And these days, that is something to smile about.