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Friday, October 02, 2009

Was here



"...fold
and turn the paper,
guiding the scissors with care..."

From "Four and a Half Dancing Men" by Anne Stevenson

12 comments:

Shelly Lowenkopf said...

Just passing through these Altamira Caves of yours and thought I'd leave a bison or two.

Lori Witzel said...

S: BBQ's on!!!
If you don't mind a little red ochre mixed in with the meat...hard to control those hand-prints...
;-)

Granny J said...

Joey saw an opportunity to cut his mark -- and took it. I wouldn't have understood if I had not seen the picture full size!

rlbourges said...

Obélis suggested a few wild boars on the side - you never know when the hordes might land on the picnic:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obelix

http://www.tao-yin.com/astrologie/cochon_feu_suite1.htm

bon appétit.

Querulous Squirrel said...

The care with which this graffiti was cut is touching.

steven said...

attaboy joey!!!

am said...

? Or is it Joe T!

As in Jyothi:

http://www.experiencefestival.com/a/jyothi/id/140715

Kind wishes from am!

Lori Witzel said...

am: :-)

A quick update for everyone who may be wondering where the !@#$! I am --
mostly up to my keister and beyond.

I've got too much to do concerning school-work things (I have a Donatello paper presentation this coming week at the Texas Medieval Association, and my Hilliard paper has taken an unexpected turn); Murry-health distractions (last week he had a round of pain radiating from shoulder to chest, and it took an ambulance ride to the hospital to determine that there was no EKG indication it was a heart attack); and work-work items (two small conferences and one BIG conference over the next two weeks, followed by executive team presentations, followed by another BIG conference).

Well, back to my coffee and nose back to the overload...will wander for pictures and fun as soon as I can, but may not be until *sigh* after Thanksgiving.

donny* said...

now that's a find!

marlyat2 said...

I thought of you in Thailand... I thought of you in Cambodia... Your eye for beautiful decreptitude would have been saturated and replete!

jarvenpa said...

Yes, like marly I think of you--you realize you are teaching people to see?
May your life continue to be full, but not to full, and the people in it well and happy.

Lori Witzel said...

Marly and Jarvenpa -- o, I am a walking advertisement for this:
http://www.littlemoonessentials.com/bathing/bath-salts/tired-old-ass-soak.html

Just finished the last Ginormous Trade Show of the season for my company, and can't really feel my feet (but I can feel my lower back, and OMG - ow ow ow ow ow!) Hoping I can wrap up work in the next few minutes and head over to the SF Museum of Art.

And then...another busy few days, but a long weekend, and a promise to keep to myself to wander with a camera.

Entropy happens...
;-)