August 2005 - Posts

making the elevator shaft?
They're making progress...and we still have a great view!

Little chair at the fish house

magnets and things

Oops...a bit blurry, but they look so beautiful

...for the skateboarder.

aren't they pretty?

...the patterns get played by daylight and then the birds dance on it.

Tony Parsons

Tony, don't get mad that I copied your handsome photo!...listen to Tony here.


what a gorgeous color

reading and refreshment at the skate park
"Fugitives and Refugees : A Walk in Portland, Oregon (Crown Journeys)" (Chuck Palahniuk)


The Gap not only has lengths, but now, curve options too! Still love the Joe’s that I found at the thrift store, but they do require hemming…thankfully, a lady in Belltown does original hems.

Luke and a cool fence

It would be fun to have a picture of this...the way it feels to be made brand new...what you thought you were, unravelling. Stages of ugliness and discomfort giving way to beauty and joy all at once...simply the absence of everything you thought you were. It's the thoughts and the thought structures that unravel, with permission of course. But once the permission is given, it's a movement you can't stop. Like when knitters decide to rip out a sweater and they make a new ball of yarn to use again. There's a word for that but I don't know what it is.

lilly delivery

burgers and fries and shakes and floats

open 'til 2 a.m,
...everyone goes to ***'s Drive In

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