Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Permanence in view

Imagine a house hidden protectively against the scorching sun and highway noises and from where when you look out your patio you hear a babbling brook running through a few high and thick trees covered in moss and ferns creating a peaceful green canopy, housing song birds - big and tiny- chirping their soulful melody to the passing deer, and where bunny rabbits and hopping squirrels come a-calling for bread crumbs morning, noon and night.

You gotta love a house with a view.

My house too has a view. It overlooks the parking lot. Beyond which you can also see the high-inverted V ceiling of a nearby apartment block.

I love it.

It's ideal in the sense, that at the least no season affects it - rain or snow or sunshine, all the props are always there, so you can't miss it. It so unremarkable that you don't miss it.

Do you get what I'm saying?

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