|("Palmtext", collage, photo & digital)|
Facing a new future, a new home.
Just 1.9 miles away, 6 minutes ...
to our new dojo.
Tuesday, July 5th was the first class in our new dojo.
|First class, July 5, 2016|
|First evening class, July 5, 2016, photo by Sophia Fernandez|
We are still figuring out where things will go, but ...
we have a place to train and we are thankful for
the strong ones that have made it happen.
After day class I reluctantly drove to our old hombu dojo ...
|(me in my Ostrich mode)|
fearing it might be fenced off or worse, be flattened.
On one hand wanting to stick my head in the sand and not know,
on the other, pretending to be a grown-up & check on my friend.
She was there, bare with signs to the new venue.
Trash cans were tipped over on Bristol Street.
I wheeled them into the driveway, seemed the least I could do.
I find I suffer from anthropomorphism.
Anthropomorphism: is the attribution of human traits,
emotions, and intentions to non-human entities and
is considered to be an innate tendency of human psychology.
For FB Throwback Thursday ...
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