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  • H20

    sTEaM iRoNiNG

      you drink a coca-cola from a bottle, wash it out, fill it with water and cork it with this thingamajig then, you sprinkle the water on clothes, sheets, pillowcases, etc., place those items in a plastic bag and let them sit for a couple of hours. after this, you iron the clothes, sheets, pillowcases,…

  • green handled shovel

    green handled shovel

      The green handled shovel fit perfectly in a tall kitchen garbage bag and with a two foot handle it laid on the back floor board of the car without sliding around. Many times as I would drive the winding road down the mountain into town I’d spot wildflowers along the way and find a…

  • basics

    b A s i c

      As a child, I always requested “Cabbage and Meatballs” for my birthday dinner. It was one of the staple dishes my mother made. She learned to make the dish from my dad’s mother who was German by lineage. My grandmother’s grandparents immigrated to America from Germany and her father and mother were both of…

  • left hanging

    left hanging

      It was one of those screen doors with a spring to ensure it closed behind a person and every time it did there was an unmistakable squeak followed by a slam. Sometimes, when the latch was left hanging, the wind caught the door, flinging it wildly open, stretching the spring and separating the coils.…

  • old flowers, old film, old money

    old flowers, old film, old money

      As a person who has lived in many towns, in many states; always in the public eye, I’ve had to devise a plan for quick simulation. One of the tools I’ve made use of in this process is a city’s oldest cemetery. I have found a correlation between the surnames on the grandest monuments…

  • porch swings

    poRcH sWiNGs

      Remember those carefree days when you sat on a porch swing in the evening and listened as the sounds of night began one by one to chime together creating a symphony? Do you recall the breeze touching lightly on your face and the feeling of it brushing away the heat of the sun and…

  • cat eye

    cat eye marble

      My Grandmother lived her entire adult life in a shotgun house. In fact, she quietly slipped away one Christmas morning while the world around her home of three rooms was filled with the joy of children’s excitement and laughter as they ripped paper from boxes, and ribbons floated unnoticed to the floor. Her possessions…

  • the old road

    the old road

      When I captured this image, I kept thinking one day thoughts would flow as they sometimes do, but everything that comes to mind are things better left unsaid. The new bridge sits between the old bridge and the trestle track, but I drove across the old road, parked, and captured this image.

  • in the 60's

    in tHe 60’s

      in the early 60’s, i recall standing in the bathroom watching my dad shave. after he finished, he opened the mirrored medicine cabinet on the wall which was way too high for me to have ever seen inside, dropped something, and i heard it fall to the floor. after examining the floor and seeing…