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February 12, 2010


This is one of my favourite things about living in the city and taking public transit - people watching. There are so many interesting people to watch and wonder what their lives are like. The image of his red-tinged hair stands out the most to me - such a vivid description!

There is one person whom I saw in the subway who stands out in my memory. I wrote about him last spring: http://dialogueswithsilence.wordpress.com/2009/04/30/in-transit/

I love seeing the world through your eyes, Beth.

Great last line. Was it snowing?

Kia ora Beth,
Wow, what a great moment you describe Beth. I agree whole heartedly with Kim.

the more we interact with the world, the more we see.

seems self-evident. but sealed up in our cars and homes, we forget this.


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