Monthly Archives: July 2009

Good for What Ails Ya’, Part II

Michelle This, sent along by my daughter. It’s worth watching: [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-94JhLEiN0&hl=en&fs=1&] ———————— Wednesday’s flake turned out to be a case of the model writing down the wrong date/time for our session. We’ve rescheduled. (I’m really quite reasonable in that regard.) … Continue reading

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Palin — Our Next Poet Laureate?

Allison 28 As mentioned some time ago, we don’t watch The Tonight Show any more. Just doesn’t connect with us. However, a nephew provided this video link related to Sarah Palin’s recent comments, which is hilarious: ———————— Yesterday’s scheduled model … Continue reading

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Busy, Busy

Ashley Vamps 6 (Posting a little late this morning, since I had a 9 a.m. med lab appointment to have blood drawn, preliminary to a six-month doc’s checkup next week. Nothing to eat beforehand, of course, but then afterward I … Continue reading

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Brooke’s Exercise 11 We’re back, but this will be brief. Sixty hours of no Internet (the Internet-enabled coffee shop in Beulah said the entire community was down — in any case I had to wait until arrival last night to … Continue reading

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Chicks Outtake 5 Survived the trip’s first leg. Arrived in Lansing (MI) 10 p.m. last night. Made it from Rockford, IL, to the I-90/I-80/I-94 junction east of Gary, IN, in three hours (141 miles) I think that’s pretty good. Did … Continue reading

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My Video Odyssey

Renate Yesterday started normally. Out of bed. Walk to my office (next door to the master bedroom). Turn on the computer. Snow! I have snow on my monitor. (Well, not literally “on,” but rather the screen is showing the wallpaper … Continue reading

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Dead Calm

Hands 4 Yesterday evening was one of those out-of-body experiences I’m sure some among you have had. Yesterday a couple of the local law firms sponsored a “Wine Mess” for alumni of my law school. “Wine Mess” was a Friday … Continue reading

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Victoria and Fabrics 27 Mark your calendars for my next show, “Street Photography Around the World,” at Hopkins Center for the Arts (click to enlarge): Opening Reception 6 p.m. on September 17. ———— Yesterday I had a brief and — … Continue reading

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A Simulcrum of Past Reality

Terpsichore Yesterday I had to remind myself that it wasn’t real. Listening to the real-time rebroadcast of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, it seemed all too lifelike, as if Armstrong and Aldrin were actually going there for the first time. … Continue reading

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A Walk on the Moon

TammiRose Today I’ll do something that’s been forty years in preparation: I’ll listen to the landing on the Moon. NASA is streaming the Earth-Apollo radio transmissions in real time. I was in Vietnam forty years ago and neither heard nor … Continue reading

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