two worlds: lanuage and design

Wednesday, June 16th, 2004

While working on a few entries on language and designed space, Spinning hits with this and uses language to create two spheres.

The Mrs. started in just as I happened by their side window, and eventually the kids were screaming too. It took a while, and she went over all her complaints that I’d suspected she was feeling. They’d had to move here just this spring because their home had been practically leveled and would take too long to rebuild. The grocery is too far away now, and while they’re further from the traffic, she doesn’t like the closeness of the neighbors with their lights shining in their yard late at night, and sounds of tv’s and supper dishes clanking as if they were right in the next room.


2 responses to “two worlds: lanuage and design”

  1. gibb says:

    Read. Write. Read. Write. Read. Write. ad infinitum

  2. Spinning says:

    WRITING: Acquiring the Habits

    My former English professor kindly blogged a referral to my blog entry of June 14th, REALITY?: Neighborhoods, which was simple a short essay on a nest of cardinals in a bush (actually a rhododendron, but changed to laurel because the