Sometimes, well, often, I wish that everyone who comments on this blog used their real name and shared personal details of their life -- much like Facebook does, or at least was supposed to do.
But once in a while I like to share some descriptions of my own life, if only to remind people that even though discussions and debates on this Church of the Churchless blog can get hot and heavy, each of us has much more important things going on in their lives.
So here's an Adobe Spark web page I made tonight of photos that I took Friday at the Salem Art Fair & Festival, where we live in Oregon. (A neighbor took one photo of my wife and I.)
It was wonderful to be immersed in the works of talented artists for three hours or so. Afterwards, we took our dogs to a dog park, where they enjoyed the "artistry" of such activities as smelling other dogs' butts, and having theirs smelled in turn. Now that is real living.
(For dogs, at least. I don't recommend it if you're a human, at least not unless you know someone very well.)
Man Brian you have a young face...👍💪💕
Posted by: Marko | July 20, 2019 at 11:42 PM
Marko, yes, when I tell people I'm 70, often they say "But you don't look a day over 69 3/4." Makes me feel good. Sort of.
Posted by: Brian Hines | July 20, 2019 at 11:48 PM
Love the vibrant colors. Amazing what people's creativity can manifest in anything from wood, metal and cloth.
Posted by: Amar | July 21, 2019 at 10:44 AM
No one is understanding that there is useless talking about matter going on, smart people are just making his day by getting up and up, rest system is there to look into the matter, stupid are only making comments. Enough guys .
Those understand santmat are luckiest of luckiest, rest unlucky pal are banging head only
Posted by: Santosh Kumar | July 22, 2019 at 11:47 AM
There is an enlightened master in Salem (India).
Next time when you visit India... you can visit him...
Here he is... http://www.sribagavath.org/
Posted by: Deepak | July 22, 2019 at 08:57 PM