Tag Archives: interpretation

Beyond 101: Visit the Art Shanty Projects

I live in a state where winter can occupy the climate for six months of the year – literally.  (I.e., November through April – or longer.)  Fortunately, I also live in a state populated by hearty and determined folk of … Continue reading

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Subliminal vegetarianism

While sorting through the (mostly ‘junk’) mail this evening, my eyes quickly skimmed one of the many advertisements stuffed in our post box earlier this afternoon – and I literally did a double take. Here’s what the ad stated: But … Continue reading

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What a garden grows

Today I went to a part of the city that I don’t visit all that often. As I walked two blocks to my destination, I passed by a community garden: Though the garden as a whole was clearly nearing the … Continue reading

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Pristine polygamy

While waiting for my car to get serviced today (oil change [and unexpected radiator repair]), I overheard a conversation between a man and a woman.  Both of them were in their early-to-mid 20s, and their discussion went something like this: … Continue reading

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A beautiful day for car repair

As I made my way through the neighborhood today, I noticed a man standing beside a car in a driveway. The man was wearing over-sized white mittens on his hands; I assumed perhaps they were the latest ‘as-seen-on-tv’ type of … Continue reading

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“And we helped!”

I live in a perfectly happy middle-class community where people work to live the American dream.  Part of that dream entails a reasonably nice home, and an equally reasonably nice yard. We have had a scorching hot summer where I … Continue reading

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Tell it like it is

Today I walked in a part of the city I never visit, and I happened upon this door: I think most (all?) companies have an area like this (whether they acknowledge it or not), but few are courageous enough to … Continue reading

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