noticed it

noticed it

noticed it

couldn’t reach it.

couldn't reach it.

couldn’t reach it

The oracle, speaking. The artist trading card, just the messenger…???

in her dreams,

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in her dreams,
I present these oracle-like artist trading cards for your review and possible edification! You remember such items from the past, maybe – here they are again.
I make these cards and then I give them a phrase cut from printed matter, chosen at random but maybe not. See if you get any kind of push or insight or set off on any train of thought from looking at and reading these, even if it’s just to say, “Whaaat?!”

scribbling

scribbling

scribbling

 

I present these oracle-like artist trading cards for your review and possible edification! You remember such items from the past, maybe – here they are again.

I make these cards and then I give them a phrase cut from printed matter, chosen at random but maybe not. See if you get any kind of push or insight or set off on any train of thought from looking and reading these, even if it’s just to say, “Whaaat?!”

this particular morning

Today I return to posting these oracle-like artist trading cards, for your review and possible edification! You remember such items from the past, maybe. Here are some more.
I make these cards and then I give them a phrase cut from printed matter, chosen at random but maybe not. See if you get any kind of push or insight or set off on any train of thought from looking and reading these, even if it’s just to say, “Whaaat?!”
this particular morning

this particular morning

seemed as if they had forgotten

seemed as if they had forgotten

seemed as if they had forgotten

This time

This time

This time

 

By Whom? And Why?

I don’t know. I just liked the look of this mud-encrusted root system, dried up, and with these holes bored into it. Just fascinating.

And what will happen when it rains?

Sunshine Project – Day 49, Building, Abington, PA

My husband and I took a trip over to our local Penn State college campus this morning and brought along a sunshine to drop off.

Why were we going here? Well, I wanted to have a look at the library as a possible site for more Poetry Marathon editing. To be specific, I wanted to figure out about the parking situation – from reading the website I could not get a grip on visitor parking, but I did get the impression things were crowded.

Actually, I knew this already. More than twenty years ago, my husband and I both took real estate courses here. We never went into that line of work, but at the time it was useful nonetheless. I remember that I had to allow extra time for finding a parking space and for walking to the classroom building.

This campus is small – it’s a satellite Penn State campus. But it’s built in a very hilly location. That means a bit of a workout going from building to building. It also means the campus is very attractive. The buildings all look out into a valley with a pond in the middle. it’s nice to be outside here.

So we set the sunshine on the concrete wall of the stairs coming down  from the library building and out into the middle of campus. Someone will see it very soon, I think.

The campus has no students living here – they are all commuters. So on Saturdays it’s deserted and very quiet.  The library was closed, reopening tomorrow. So I’ll just have to call to have my question answered about where my car can wait while I work. I liked the look of the place and I’ll be back.

Everything you need to know. Almost!

Everything you need to know.

From my research I found out a couple of interesting things. I can get a library card here, being a Pennsylvania resident. And when I turn 60 years old, not too many years from now, I can take classes tuition-free. And the notice boards were full of signs and flyers – I was reminded there is a whole cultural life going on here, art exhibits, talks, music. I can sign up for emails to alert me. If not for the Sunshine Project I wouldn’t have thought of any of these things. Thank you, sunshine, once again.

Happy sunshine!

Sunshine, February 7, 2015.

Sunshine, February 7, 2015.

Sunshine Project – info – here! Or search the category “Sunshine Project”.

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