July 4, 2009

"I study Ed in his former girlfriend’s father’s shirt and an old hat he found on the roadside..."

"... From one angle he looks to me like a Sicilian padrone – a good soul, kind to animals and dragonflies..."

At the link, a pic of Ed with dragonflies and scavenged hat and much more, kayaking on the Wisconsin River.

7 comments:

ricpic said...

Some guys find old best friend hats, that other guys have lost:
On some fate does truly smile, on others mostly shats.

Lem said...

The fireworks on the Hudson were delightful.

ricpic said...

Some guys find old best friend hats that other guys have lost:
The fate that on most freely shats at few does freebies toss.

former law student said...

Nina has a very nice life.

nina said...

It's true! Though, being Polish, I think it will all end tomorrow. (I've been thinking that since I was thirteen. Really.)

Ann Althouse said...

Not a contradiction, if you think of the advice to live each day as if it were your last.

Or: eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow you die.

One of the benefits of being pretty old is that you do value the day.

rhhardin said...

Carpe diem. Beware of the dog.