"Do not try to bend the spoon, that's impossible instead only try to realize the truth 'there is no spoon' then you will see, that it is not the spoon that bends, it is only yourself..."
your look so darling and fresh. you wore that cumber-bun or hara belt for a long time, many years. do you still?what year is this?
maybe 1978, my first year of Art School?I do still have the hara belt but it no longer fits into my wardrobe...loved that shirt.Life in Oregon was refreshing.All the biking and rain...god I did love the rain.
Awww you have that wonderful smile ... I loved the green rounded hills and of course, the Cascades.
it was because of you, enjah, that i made oregon my home, when i came to visit! you back in 1975. i have tried to live elsewhere but this is really my home. i love the rain, the mountains, the bike paths, and the great ocean. i have such an amazing community as well.but i have to admit, it was a bit unnerving when i was awakened by my bed and apartment rattling like a doll's house the other night!!! yikes. o well.
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