Saturday, February 05, 2005

Opening Bell

"Home again, home again, jiggetty-jig." So you (Evalyn and Peter) have returned to NYC, and have asked for a response. I selected respond on your blogsite, and this is what I got. I wonder what will happen.

So here I am on Saturday AM, on my fourth coffee, listening to Edith Piaf sing "Mon amant de la coloniale." I'll respond to your blog first, then go back to working on Web site copy for an automation company in Minnesota.

I'm thrilled that you enjoyed the UK - London and Edinburgh. Mildly jealous, since Barbara and I haven't been overseas in about 15 months. But able to accept your pleasure at going safely; immersing yourselves in London; traveling to Scotland; returning to the 'Smoke;' watching plays good and bad; and coming home (where the pups are).

Did you see the Robert Frank exhibition when you visiting the Tate Modern? It's supposed to be outstanding. If all you had a chance to view was Turbine Hall, what did you think of the Bruce Naumann works? I think I'd have to see this one to absorb needs the space a computer terminal cannot contribute.

I'm going to post this now and see what occurs. Ta for now...your brother at Batty Thomas, Tailor Paul.

1 comment:

compostmoi said...

I LOVE THIS!!!! LOOOOOOOOVE THIS! At last, after years of being brother and sister, we have found a way to communicate we can both enjoy!!!! So much to write about...and you are such a terrific writer, so odd and inventive and (as D.Parker once penned, but not about you) "a medley of extemporanea"...So feel free to extemporize all you want: I shall be a devoted audience of at least one...xxeb