Category Archives: Baltimore
I live in a bubble – such a beautiful bubble – Rainbows reflected in sunshine. Well pensioned and social securityeed, I idlely fill in the daily word puzzles, and skim the headline unpleasantries. I give a kind dollar to the … Continue reading
Sunday morning on Charles Street – French, Italian, Vinaigrette I wondered, if someone had lost their napowrimo day 30 prompt: weirdness
This mural is down the street – just over the edge of gentrification. The Dragon represents the long ago China town and the Lion of Judah,the emerging Ethiopian community. At the restaurant, you eat with injera not forks and next … Continue reading
You may sit in the garden, but God forbid that you lie. [my daughter introduced me to the term “hostile architecture” i.e. designing public spaces to discourage the homeless from using them.
On Sunday October 8, I fell from grace brought low by a rising sidewalk — an angel appeared in an SUV and ferried me to Mercy – the green-garbed staff peering deep inside, said – No doubt, you’re broken – … Continue reading
I think I need an amulet – a big one – to ward of accidents. Clumsy, I am not, but walking home from the farmers’ market, I tripped and broke both my wrists – who puts a step in the … Continue reading