[lit-ideas] Re: Thursday's Found Words
- From: David Ritchie <ritchierd@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 21 Aug 2009 00:52:19 -0700
Many of us spend moments wondering how we will be remembered. This lady's life's summary, framed by the estate sale ad, reminds me strangely of a sitcom called "Extras" in which Ricky Gervais is always hoping to get a speaking part, no matter how humble, no matter if he has to be called a "shopper!" or a wanker. Equally, I remember a character in "The Caretaker," one who knows everything will be fine just as soon as he gets a shed in Sidcup. Goals have this crabby habit of turning out to be chicken, bait in the pot of uncovered desire.
Great Sale with Beautiful Things! This lady was a shopper and only bought the Best!great kitchen, china, art work including Peter max, leather sofa and love seat, beautiful 9 piece bedroom set, carpets and decorator items from Pottery Barn, dining room table and chairs, occasional tables, desks, library table
Great Misc! All priced to Sell! David Ritchie, Portland! Oregon!
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