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Susan Galleymore
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What is that thing?
I grew up in South Africa on a “guest farm,” the equivalent, in the U.S., of a “dude ranch.” In the late 1950s and early 1960s, this guest farm had a ‘call box,’ a public phone set on one wall of a 4 x 4 room with a door and a window. This phone, number X03...
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Forays into Culture: What is that thing?
What is that? Pt. Reyes, 2014. I grew up in South Africa on a "guest farm," the equivalent,
in the U.S., of a "dude ranch." In the late 1950s and early 1960s, this guest
farm had a "call box," a public phone set on one wall of a 4 x 4 room with a
door and a...
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One year later...
It has been more than one year since my last post! A lot has happened since then. To transition to today, let's review "the good old days"...before Mr. Trump was president. Remember the UK Guardian quote from the article, " Trump camp says persona is 'an ac...
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Forays into US Culture: "...persona is 'an act'..."
It should not be a surprise to anyone who reads this blog that this writer is not a fan of Hilary Clinton, her worldview, her politics, her campaign-style, nor of her myriad personae. (So, if you are a fan, be forewarned: albeit humor is my intention you mi...
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Follow up to... Landfills and Dumps
Back in April 2015 (Saturday, 25 April, to be exact) I posted a series of pix of in-progress shame totems. Specifically, I wrote: The Shame Totem ...As you may know, a totem is, often, a tall, vertical carved or painted family or clan representation or embl...
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Marine, and other, mammals
Perhaps it was the presence of a friend that changed the dynamic on Limantour Beach. Perhaps it was his intense desire to experience Pt. Reyes National Shoreline again (American, he's lived in Geneva for 25 years). Perhaps, in a random universe, magical thi...
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Landfills and Dumps
I’m not a fan of the literal. That is, I avoid seeing, or
looking at, anything too literally. And I certainly avoid displaying anything too
literally. I prefer my ‘truths’ laden with their innate complexities (most ‘truths’
are, after all, a complex meld of...
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Appreciating Hands
Hands. Have you looked closely at your own, recently? If not, you should. I look at my hands and I see... miracles.... This moment, share this miracle that is hands with me. Here are my hands... I love 'em... They do all kinds of things...including help me ...
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