|...in the bottom drawer|
|I knew I'd lose it so I put it in a safe place, and now I can't remember where it is.|
|currently stashed in: Cheshire Street, London|
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July 06, 2005 || 3:43 am
Post-July 4th ephemera
I've been a bit lax on the church slogan front, but here's a great one for y'all...
IF YOU DON'T LIKE THE WAY YOU WERE BORN, TRY BEING BORN AGAIN
A quiet (for me) Independence Day was followed, today, by a fairly quiet day as well - not that it should have been, as I'm meant to be working hard at the book ( I have a copy deadline in a week and a half.) But somehow after the holiday there were a lot of things that I needed to get sorted, bills to pay, my car's licence tag to renew, emails to read and reply to...so very little got done. But I did cook dinner for Bill Walthall, the Rural Studio's drug rehab project (joking, Bill!!! well, not entirely joking, he is that, but so much more too) and we spent a very pleasant hour and a half talking about Greensboro and the state of the world. Bill brought fresh blueberries that his sister had picked, and fantastic fresh, tender sweetcorn from his neighbour's garden - a real treat.
This one's for my mother - Rurality. Not because I think she should get into making natural soap or kittens, but just to show her a kindred spirit in photographing every kind of flower and tree that comes along, and how lovely it can be for the rest of us to see it online...
|I'm an urban designer and regeneration consultant with my own practice. At other times I like playing the fiddle, eating and writing.|
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why aren't more of my friends web-literate enough to have sites?