life in the slow lane
Signs. Thank you for sharing. The world needs more of this stuff, don't you think? Especially in consumerist hell-holes. I had a thought not long ago, about how the world really *could* be - I mean, there's no scientific reason against it, to my knowledge - a place where the most attention and energy wouldn't be spent on enticing me (and millions of my kind) to spend more, so that in this imaginary world, for instance, the adverts on bus stops would instead display, I don't know, site-specific art and music, especially created to be displayed on bus stops, giving a lift to those waiting for a ride.Or something. But perhaps you catch my drift. Did you get to London? How I hope so. We, too, have a metre of snow, and more is falling. I have bought myself a coat made of llama wool (second-hand, goes without saying). It is the warmest thing ever, and the cut is tantalisingly granny. Hurrah.Multi many mwahsx
oh this is utterly wonderful - made me cry actually! thanks for sharing... yes, I'm with tis I - let's fill the world with poetry, music and art. At the moment tis filled with snow and that makes such projects hard to plan... but this is certainly an inspiration.
Yes, I do think that, 'tis you (that sounded like a sneeze but wasn't meant to be). I think it's entirely right and proper that one should have Redeemerly manifestations of an artistic and uplifting nature in the shopping mall.Yes, got to London - via Gatwick, and back, somehow, big adventure xFire Bird, glad you like it - it's one of those things that really does succeed in being moving and uplifting, I think. And makes me want to go to Sainsbury's, climb onto a mountain of seasonal biscuits and - well actually I couldn't do the Hallelujah on my own. Could I?(Can you believe these Word Verification Leprechauns? They are saying yeses!)
Thanks for that : )I like the bitter sweetness of this:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55LkLSqInlA&feature=related(even though I have some vague rememberance of you not being so keen on Rutter, I'm sure WS can't offend)
Well that's rather nice, Gael. I'm not a great Rutter fan, but it's the saccharine ones I particularly don't like, especially as I had to sing a few of them in the choir. I'm an alto so lots of aaahhhs and oooohhhs whining in the background :)
This stuff has a habit of cutting through my cynicism like a hot knife through butter.
I know what you mean, Trousers - it is utterly disarming.
Wonderful. Thanks so much.
Montag, I just spotted that you put this up over at yours also :)
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