I went to K-mart, which I should have known would break my heart.
I walked by a man at the edge of the shoe section, who was sitting and looking down at his feet. One was in a blue shoe, and the other foot was next to a black shoe. Canvas slip-ons. He was wearing glasses. What does it mean that I had to fight back tears as I walked towards the home storage aisles?
Maybe he reminded me of my dad. Glasses and sandy hair.
I passed him again and told myself not to look, but there he was, wearing both black shoes and standing up to look at them oh god
Some days I'm just ripped to pieces by the fragility of humanity and I love everyone and I try not to cry on the subway and I come home and listen to Glen Campbell.
Sunday, June 24, 2007
Thursday, June 21, 2007
Monday, June 11, 2007
Sunday, June 3, 2007
Addendum to Ghoul's Educational World Tour as proposed here:
14. Semmelweis Museum of Medical History, Budapest, Hungary.
And glory be, my love and I went to #1, the Mütter in Philadelphia. It was a dream come true. Look at the the beautiful wallpaper in the ladies'!