Monthly Archives: October 2011

Lisha

I am in Burlingame, CA. I would normally want to just say San Francisco, but it isn’t. I am in Burlingame for four days. I went for a walk along the bay. I was taking pictures of an unusual man … Continue reading

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Kiss Me

Nothing profound to report. Architectural seating is a good idea. I think it is a good idea for the people who design buildings to get involved with comfort. I want to recommend a blog… http://ordinarylifeadventures.blogspot.com Kathleen Yago is a looker; … Continue reading

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Developed Tulip

Having grown up in the post 60’s, 70’s, I got the idea that natural was better than processed (organic was not yet a cult and natural still had a definition that could be trusted.  This is not the case now.)  … Continue reading

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Untitled 13

Sometimes the beauty comes by accident; the camera sees it for me. This is one of those pictures where I wonder if I am the only one who sees something poetic, graceful. Does the same feeling arise in you when … Continue reading

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Oregon Autumn Dusk

Moving a circus to the next town might be easier than moving one infant the half the distance. At least the giraffes can be cajoled to participate. A human baby cannot be cajoled. They exist and through them runs a … Continue reading

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The Rain.

I lay in the rain to let the drops hit me like downbeats to the next breath, like little knocks on the apartment door when I lived alone on a Sunday afternoon and the quiet was everywhere. The clouds, moving … Continue reading

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Graffiti

Doing an operation a thousand times makes a difference. Like Steve Austin, the bionic man, my operations these days are “better, stronger, faster.” No matter what I thought when I finished “training” and how I thought I was teflon and … Continue reading

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Family

Somehow while growing up, I missed the part about the structure of the family, how it works together. Things like loyalty and sacrifice were lost to me. I knew I should feel those things but I only knew it. I … Continue reading

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I’m Listening, Because This Matters

Taking potshots at the places I place my attention. I attend to the sick at work. My attention is riveted on my work much of the day. I make up stories about it mattering. My life does intersect with your … Continue reading

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Michael

I wore my scrubs in to Starbuck’s. My case was late starting and I stopped by on the way in. I sat down in a faux leather arm chair. Immediately Michael engaged me. Being my usual reclusive self, I acted … Continue reading

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