Monday, December 08, 2008

A Poet In The Window


Lorna Dee Cervantes in her office in The Mission, 12/2/08

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11 Comments:

Blogger Lyle Daggett said...

en el vidrio,
en sombra, ella mira
los otros mundos

9/12/08 20:29  
Anonymous Florencia said...

Hi Lorna,

This is Florencia. Remember me from CU? I live in San Fran now and have a 14--month--old daughter, Kaila Paz. We should get together soon.

Florencia

10/12/08 20:51  
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19/12/08 23:47  
Anonymous Linda Stake said...

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20/12/08 04:30  
Blogger Lorna Dee Cervantes said...

Linda!!!! As soon as I saw the last name I got excited. I would LOVE to find Jeannie! I was hoping this would happen with the blog. I'll be in touch very soon. If you have Face book, I have a public address and e mail there. I'm going to erase your comment, though, so the 'bots won't spam the address. Otherwise, at mac dot (you know) with my full name run together.

THANK YOU!!! (Dwight's wife?)

20/12/08 08:32  
Blogger Lorna Dee Cervantes said...

Oh, Linda, there's a public phone number on there, as well. Soon!

20/12/08 08:33  
Blogger Lorna Dee Cervantes said...

Florencia! I'd love to see you. Can you come to Pacifica tomorrow evening? See my other comment for the addy. My old a o l account is dead. Happy holidays. And congratulations on your sweet Kaila Paz.

20/12/08 08:35  
Blogger Lorna Dee Cervantes said...

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20/12/08 08:36  
Blogger Lorna Dee Cervantes said...

Lyle, gracias. Yes, "many worlds are possible, but we're stuck in just this one" (quoting myself, another bummer love poem.) As always, thanks for visiting. And if you're ever out this way (sun's out on the beach!) come visit.

20/12/08 08:38  
Blogger Lyle Daggett said...

The sun's out on the beach...Mmmmmm.

The beaches here are under six inches of snow. The lakes are frozen over. On one of the lakes today, out on the snow-covered ice, a few people flying kites. (I'm not making that up.)

High temp today was about 20 degrees, though it's dropped sharply, tonight right now it's three below zero, with stiff west wind.

The park board still has signs posted around the lakes warning people that the ice isn't safe to walk on yet, but there are always a few maniacs who'll try anything...

I definitely need to just plan a visit to S.F., connect with a bunch of people I know there. Not sure when yet, maybe sometime this year. But it's on my agenda. Film at 11.

20/12/08 18:59  
Blogger J. Crabb said...

I finally started putting togeather a LDC winter blahs art package and the snow started...and now weeks later is still dropping...anyway maybe next year...keep on keeping on...
Jim Jimmy James

24/12/08 22:43  

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