Monthly Archives: October 2015

Free Air

   © Bruce Louis Dodson Free Air I remember back when air was free at any 1950’s filling station as a boy with tube tire bike and later, cars. No problem didn’t have to spend a dime. How is it … Continue reading

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Blind Spots

  You can’t point out people’s blind spots to them. If they weren’t blind spots you could, but since they are blind spots they won’t see them. So it’s better to just be loving. When they are ready to see … Continue reading

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Amber Reviews the Catican

Humans are not allowed inside the Catican, but I have decided to share these with you. The first is by Michelangelo Feline. The entire painting was done with his tail and a toothbrush. He was never the same after that … Continue reading

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Observing Rome – Last Looks

The Vatican The crowds are here again, of course. Must be at least a thousand waiting to get in. Takes ninety minutes, then we pass through airport like security, conveyor belts and plastic tubs for metal objects. We’re given recorder … Continue reading

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Kaleidoscope

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Observing Rome – Street Scenes – 2

I wonder what it’s like inside this place? Another street performer. There are a lot of dogs here on the avenues. I wondered why they caught my eye so often. We’ve got dogs at home, I’ve never paid that much … Continue reading

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Observing Rome – Street Scenes & Recollections

Been here a few days and have a cognitive map of this small area, hard to get lost. It’s very nice here, scenic. They’ve maintained old things. I’ve seen only one glass and steel high-rise, and not that high, less … Continue reading

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