Faces, Transiting and Transitory

Being warned by GPS, and it not yet being time to return to our own country, we returned to our temporary home by a non-freeway route.  And so it came to pass that we were stopped in traffic behind, um, a reindeer, I think. A pretty intent-looking reindeer. Thus was the day was an odd mix of sacred and secular intimations of the birth of Jesus.

But the day was not done with oddness. A drip of something melted-cheese-like on our temporary kitchen table presented the best-formed face EVER. I mean, teeth and all, channelling a Casper-the-Ghost vibe.

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8 Responses to Faces, Transiting and Transitory

  1. barbara carlson says:

    He’s afraid of being wiped out!

  2. Jim Taylor says:

    When Mercedes Stephenson reports on Global National, with the pseudo-backdrop of the parliament buildings behind her, the blue lights in some of the windows of whatever tower that is make quite a credible face. IF I manage to have a camera handy, I’ll try to catch it for you.

    Jim T

  3. Thank you for the reminder of Eliot’s The Journey of The Magi. And for the reminder that some days do evoke Biblical stories, which is why we have those stories, I presume.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Laurna – Yes, in the last 2,000 years our lives have progressed immeasurably in technical/technological terms, but in human terms, maybe not so much. We have many of the same concerns and comforts, I think.

  4. Ken from Kenora says:

    At one time there were hangovers where I felt just like that.

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