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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

No Parking



"...What am I going to do now? And how am I going to sleep tonight?

A peculiar name flickers in the mirror, and then disappears."


From "Picture of Little Letters" by John Koethe

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As ever, busy and between two whirleds -- work and school. If you, like Marly, would be interested in following along with some of my schoolin' projects, leave a comment here. I may revive this and subvert it for more recent project postings, if there's enough interest.

9 comments:

Princess Haiku said...

What name? Do reveal....

marly said...

Yes, I vote again!

Pica said...

Yes Please!

BTW your recent photos on Chatoyance have been breathtaking, Lori.

Shelly Lowenkopf said...

I have that funky gene of thinking I'd love to live in that very building. Of course there'd have to be espresso machines nearby and wi-fi. Not to mention hot water.

On the schoolin' matter, yeah, we could tolerate some a that, too.

raindog said...

what a neat little snippet. all filled with colors and textures, but i have to say i love the piece of longhorn most of all. :)

Lori Witzel said...

Hey all y'all!

The early voting is in, and apparently I'm back in the business of publishing bits o' schoolin' projects.

I will set to work on it Saturday -- Sunday I leave early for yet another business conference, and most of next week will be spent working the conference. Ah...but after that, there is another weekend, and hopefully an hour or three in late afternoon light.

Princess: Well, John Koethe isn't telling, but that shouldn't stop us from imagining what name.

Marly: Stay tuned, your wish is my sporadic command... :-)

Pica: :-) Glad you like -- perhaps they're more breathtaking because I feel I'm so out of breath... ;-)

Shelly: Well, I can't guarantee espresso machines without your provisioning 'em, but hey, Austin's only about an hour or so from Lometa, the site of these last few pics. Snippets o' essays and more coming soon.

RD: Of course the colors and textures were what stopped me, but the longhorn made me smile once I framed it up. Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

I knew learning Algebra would one day come in handy. Helping my son with his homework ensures that future generations will also one day, solve for "x".

I found a cool landscape site. (Maybe it was you who linked me to it?) But just in case.
Landscapes 2.0

Peace.

jarvenpa said...

My computer has been difficult lately (I am told that even though it has a Phoenix ram that doesn't mean it rises from the dead forever) so I haven't been browsing much...but I am belatedly sending good thoughts your way, and to the broken corners, and hope to soon be able to read more carefully about your current work, which, yes, interests me a lot.

David Rochester said...

Yes please -- I'd love to know what you're up to, but I forget where to go to find it.