New Year’s Day, sake, food—shiokara, nanohana nishin, wakasagi tsukudani, and pottery—ekaratsu and shigaroki —and a couple of Japanese movies.
Sinking? Sales? Force? Tower?, its a big building for a company that does not pay a dividend to its stockholders.
What is holding it up?
Always find something for me, a small circle on the outside
brings me back to reality, or the one in which I like to live . . .
One mid morning view from the UN Plaza, San Francisco
And down the street suggestively and enticingly, pie-in-the- blue-sky ideal in black and white . . . well, read, I get anyway . . .
Globalization? compared to what, living in caves?
G3—three generations responding to the alluring, addicting electronical packets…
How long does a person to fall asleep on Market street in the sun with people walking by, why not sleep on a less traveled path, much quieter—one would have to be very, very, very tired.
Fort Hill in Roxbury MA (circa 1970), at some point in Boston in history it was one days ride with luggage from Beacon Hill so some people built summer homes. It had a Revolutionary War monument, by 1970s it was greatly changed. The Lyman Family bought and fixed up a house, you could rent a five room apartment for about $45/month and then somewhere along the way to today it became gentrified. I have not been there since mid 1970s