Monthly Archives: October 2009
And that makes me feel even more like a voice in the wilderness. Never mind, I still talk to the walls when nobody’s home. (I love that I live with someone who talks to everything. It means that, even if … Continue reading
From the days when people had fun working at the bookstore: (Have I posted a picture of this before?)
And this weekend was Honk! Which is filled to the brim with circus people and brass bands, and I believe that it needs to happen more often. Or have bagpipes. Either way. (Emperor Norton’s Stationary Marching Band is perhaps the … Continue reading
Old machinery. Well, not particularly old: it’s still being used.
I am a little confused about why the houseplants are in focus and the sock is not. I think I may have asked too much of my photographic tool. However: this is both my favorite part of the sock, and … Continue reading
Also, if you remember, remind me that the rain brings forth great harvests of grapes – and everyone loves to lean on the fence and eat them. I love it when the neighborhood smells like grape candy.