We stopped in at the local place for a late lunch a few weeks ago. And of course I took my camera in with me. And this foyer made me realize that I had definitely made the right decision. And of all the things going on in that foyer, my absolute favorite is the double shadow cast by that single coat hanger.
My more civic-minded readers may be interested in knowing that the Rotary club meets at 12:15 on Tuesdays and the Kiwanis club is on Thursday at 12:05. And everyone needs to know that once I was giving a presentation to a local civic club; when I asked the restaurant hostess where the Kiwanis club was meeting she said, “Iguanas?” I don’t have a single idea what I was talking to the club about but I’ll never forget what her question.
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