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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Rhode Trip Road Island


Photo: Washington USA

I like this world because out of curiosity it is very likely that we may never know where we might end up. Or what part of ourselves we must face in order to get there.  Our shear movement and adjustments force those close to us to help in ways in which can only be done by them facing themselves. Like finding the right words to say when your trying to make a fleeing moment last forever. Or a phone call of support from five to seven states away depending on direction.
Today my brother arrived in Rhode Island for his new school. That makes two of us in Washington, three in Wisconsin and one in Rhode Island. Brothers and sister that is; including me. Some families never get a chance to live under one roof. But they spread like wild fire and can become torch carriers. I love anything unconventional that still works. Its not that it works better but i'd say we get different things out of our structure. We start to say things like this:  "Hey guys is it true that if you move away and not run away. And your family stays where you moved from. And you visit on one or two occasions or a summer even every year until your twenty something or thirty something or eighty something. That you can simultaneously grow and grow up in two ridiculously awesome places at once with out anybody noticing you are gone? :)"  I did not make that shit up. So with that being said - Good Luck Sage!

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