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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Monday, August 13, 2007

Camp Contribution

Everybody is always looking for something to take home, but what they contributed is the value in the storytelling.


Blogger Roberta S said...

It's not that I missed the point of this particular 'bradism', but human nature being what it is..if I can't have the plant pot on the right, I'd sure like to have the story that goes with this picture.

8/13/07, 7:44 PM  
Blogger BBC said...

"Everybody is always looking for something to take home,"

Not me, all I have is all I need, but a lot of things sure flow to me that I try to find new homes for.

Need a nice rocking recliner? A TV? A VCR? Some computer cables? Printer inks? Some wood? Paint? Tent? Name it, I may have it. Hugs.

8/14/07, 8:50 PM  
Blogger jim said...

Yes, I would say their presence was the take home and the value, like in these comments.

8/14/07, 9:26 PM  
Blogger brad4d said...

Recycling on the level Bill is talking about has a local network through my place, too. The Peace Can't Wait artist, Marko, is a hauling expert with the ability to find "bargains" & Ross at Motronix has an amazing resource of clients of restored classics. He keeps the '58 Metro running. I met him in '85 when my '68 Volvo 544 needed help.
By some my yard is considered "littered" with potential projects. This view is developing into Box canyon.

8/15/07, 9:29 AM  
Blogger BBC said...

Ha!! You should see my yard.

8/15/07, 8:38 PM  
Blogger jim said...

That is another thing the state of Texas has stripped me of, my yard and all that good stuff. Complements Bush and his clones and their greed and gleaning.

8/28/07, 10:01 PM  

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