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Window to my soul

September 24, 2007

circa 1992, also known as, “Unleashing my Inner Pool”

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9 comments

  1. Very cool, Miss Angela. But then again, so are you, so it fits.Interesting soul indeed that you have there. But, I suspected that.


  2. Hi Ian ~ Pool’s profile picture fascinates me, so as I played around with a new photo — I’m horribly bored with myself — this was one experiment. I like to think about this medium and what it affords us (or takes away from us) since it’s not face-to-face. I get stuck on concepts like this. But, again, I know you know. I felt somehow when I removed my photo that it became more impersonal. So now I’m playing a bit to see if posting just my eye recovers more of this blog’s soul. Curiosity. It keeps me out of trouble at least — when not getting me IN to trouble, that is! 😉


  3. I forgot to mention that it’s quite a lovely eye.


  4. I see you. Can you see us with that too?
    V.


  5. Thank you, Ian. Always the gentleman, you are. I appreciate you!

    Hi, V.! Most of the time I feel like I can. It’s a lovely sight. 🙂


  6. My goodness, what a lovely eye. If someone had asked, I would have said your eye looks like Nicole Kidmans!


  7. Thanks, Pool! That’s a pretty big compliment coming from you. Are we having margaritas soon, or what? In my fantasy life, I am Nicole. 😉


  8. Nice photo – I had always been struck by Pool’s avatar as well.


  9. Thanks, CS. Her avatar is totally mesmerizing. They say that imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. I want to be like her.



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