Saturday, October 11, 2008


"...if you could just rearrange things the right way
you’d find your true life,
the right path, the answer to your questions..."

From "Anagrammer" by Peter Pereira


I had a fabulous time among the medievalists and heard I did well, although I picked up a less-than-desirable souvenir on my way home. Tomorrow, another full-time lock on my attention; but I hope to wander with a camera next weekend and see what I can see.

Thanks for coming back, despite my sporadic posting.


Granny J said...

That door winked at me!

Dale said...


lowenkopf said...

At last!

Dana S. Whitney said...

Fabulous poem selection!
Hope your unhappy souvenir is soon forgotten

Anonymous said...

Such a wonderful photo, gotta love it. I have similar things in my repertoire. It would be fun to do a call-and-response photo game with you some time!

Diane Dehler said...

Hi Lori,
I noticed the quote from the anagram site. Have you visited? It's quite wonderful fun and I love it myself. I have been away for several weeks and am sad to discover that several of my favorite blogs are gone and one blogger friend passed away. Even the virtual world changes constantly as do the clouds. Take care in Texas. Our country is in such a state of turmoil I worry for most of us.
Princess Haiku

raindog said...

what a find! such symmetrical goodness.

Anonymous said...

Ugh, a traffic ticket! Of course, I had my bill for a third set of braces handed over today. And then there's the college bill. So traffic tickets just have to be set against those bigger bill-miseries than persist in poking down the pike toward us.

Tell more about the presentation...

That photograph is clever--I don't exactly like it, and yet the repetitive shapes and patterns and the bandaid-bland colors have their defiantly modern allure.