I went for a walk last night and came across something that rather surprised me.
- selma 6-16-2004 8:25 pm

At least they donít look as lethal as Christoís umbrellas.
There are some gardens down there where you can see a surprising number of real butterflies as well, though people are less likely to notice them.

- alex 6-17-2004 8:49 pm [add a comment]

Selma, do you have a blog? if yes, where? if no, why not? I'd love it and I'd be in good company.
- sally mckay 6-18-2004 11:36 am [add a comment]

No I don't, thank you sally mckay. I sort of got into this by accident and a little bit at a time. Having a blog seems like a big responsibility. But I very much enjoy participating and listening to you all on digitalmediatree (hope that is ok?).
(and thank you so much for the Art School update - this is not an aside. This is great. I really enjoy your perspective and insights. I'm going to have to check out Toronto one of these fine days).

- selma 6-18-2004 6:04 pm [add a comment]

you can stay on my couch if you're not allergic to cats

- sally mckay 6-18-2004 6:14 pm [add a comment]

Flattered, thanks. Most household animals are more than a-okay by me. (OMG, I just deleted a comment I had up - for those of you who had read it and taken note I just re-read it, laughed and blushed, realizing it could be read in a very weird richard-gear-urban-myth-kind-of-way and that was so not how I meant it!)
- selma 6-18-2004 6:26 pm [add a comment]

  • What did it say?
    - steve 6-19-2004 6:41 pm [add a comment]

  • i remember, somthing about liking gerbils. the funny (ha ha) part is that you pulled the post. no one, i promise you would have connected that post to a richard gear reading. thanks for the laugh. now back to my car-talk rerun...
    - bill 6-19-2004 7:26 pm [add a comment]

  • Hah! that is funny. No need to fear the gerblil here.
    - sally mckay 6-19-2004 8:16 pm [add a comment]

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