Monday, March 14, 2011

You Could Be Here


10 comments:

  1. It can always get better, a la Tahiti or smth.

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  2. Great idea to house humans in unshaded metal boxes in a dusty field under the blistering sun, definitely makes me look forward to retirement in paradise! Gotta admit the shuffleboard looks good though, and 'Cherokee Village Inc.'is probably a better name than 'Shady Acres'(even though there were never any Cherokee in this part of the country, but the 'Inc' sums that up pretty well...).

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  3. The card is fascinating : but it is the writing that stands out - not quite sure how you would analyse it.

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  4. Alan,
    I've tried to analyze it for some time now with no success. The card is older than the writing. The writing was actually added later by Mr. Archie Techt, who gave me the card. I wouldn't have included the back of the card but it had such a nice description of Cherokee Village that I couldn't resist.

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  5. Hi Christine,

    That is so funny! And you didn't even need to explain this one, lol. Thanks so much for sharing this with us, and for stopping by to say hello on SS.

    Have a wonderful week,

    Kathy

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  6. I'm packing my bags now. Save me a place!

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  7. My husband lived in Apache Junction for a time (before I knew him). The postcard says it all - the photo, not the message!

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  8. Alan, just for the record my mother said that I had really nice handwriting until I went to architecture school! She also told me that I was a really sweet child until about 7 years old and that I was handsome until about my third year of college- not sure if she had run out of compliments after doling them out to my four brothers over the years, or if she actually thought those were definitive moments when I shifted from Jekyll to Hyde, but the therapy seems to have helped and I appreciate your concern...

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  9. Christine, your readers are upstaging your postcard:)hehehe

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