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Painting in the dirt of our lives

Yesterday I wrote about the story of a Mexican immigrant who drives a short-haul truck route all over Los Angeles and has found a way to express his artistic nature and training in the the dirt and muck that forms … Continue reading

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Dirty life art

Arnulfo Gonzalez is a Mexican immigrant who lives in Los Angeles. He wants to be an artist. He earned a degree in art from East Los Angeles College and attends drawing classes with his wife whenever he can. But art … Continue reading

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Jocelyn’s World

My son, Christopher took this picture recently with his cell phone on a walk with Jocelyn, our granddaughter. He texted it to us in a group text along with five other pictures and it could have easily gotten lost in … Continue reading

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Playing real good for free

I slept last night in a good hotel I went shopping today for jewels The wind rushed around in the dirty town And the children let out from the schools I was standing on a noisy corner Waiting for the … Continue reading

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Micawber: an extraordinary Central Park squirrel

Micawber is an ordinary grey squirrel who lives in New York’s Central Park. But that’s about the only thing that’s ordinary about him.

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God’s stuff, rearranged

Marti has a knack for arranging flowers. I can bring home anything and in about 20 minutes she’ll have it looking like the bouquet in this picture that is currently on our dinner table. For a person who is pretty … Continue reading

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