Enjoying the views.

July 29, 2008

Journal

We went to see Wall-e tonight, and it turns out that it is better if you’ve seen Hello, Dolly! first!  Go figure. I highly recommend both movies!  Afterwards we didn’t have anything we really needed to buy, but I wasn’t ready to go home just yet.  We walked around downtown Lincoln a little bit.  Here are some things we saw:

I love walking in alleys.  As long as you don’t get mugged, you see the most interesting things, like these stairs.

I need those stairs.

Here’s my obligatory art shot.  I’m sure no one has ever taken a picture like this! Don’t bother fact-checking that.

Wavy, eh?

Lastly, we stopped to use the restrooms at the downtown community college and judged the art students below.  Lloyd was very harsh, but I was like Paula Abduhl. (But with worse nails and less crazy.)

That guy in the middle just sat there the whole time.

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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22 Responses to “Enjoying the views.”

  1. Kitt Said on:

    Do people get mugged in Lincoln? In broad daylight?

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  2. Brad Said on:

    Those stairs say “Telephone Exchange”. Maybe that whole building is like a giant Tardis! (Thanks a LOT for getting me watching another TV show, by the way.)

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  3. Lauren Said on:

    You’re welcome. 🙂

    Kitt, I think it could happen. Good thing we have Batman!

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  4. Deanne Said on:

    What was Lloyd harsh about, the quality of their work?

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  5. Peggy Said on:

    That 1st picture looks awful familiar … are you sure you werent’ in Venice last night …

    http://www.donlangson.com/images/C/Done/3121WC%20Venice-Rialto%20Bridge%202005.jpg

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  6. Deborah Said on:

    I had mint green pants (not rolled at the bottom because they were already very narrow); mint green, pink and white shirt; and mint green suspenders. And white sandle/shoes with no socks. I got my school picture taken in that. Too bad they couldn’t get the shoes in the picture.

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    • Karla Said on:

      I could never dress that fashionably -- stupid hand-me-downs…

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    • Beth Said on:

      Mine was a pair of peach pants, pinch-rolled at the bottom, with mint green socks, mint green short sleeve sweater, and a “belt”, which was really a long length of finished narrow fabric (light yellow, mint green and peach making some sort of Venice scene) that I tied it in a bow a little left of center so the two ends of the tie would hang down my left leg.
      I wore it with some rockin’ white jazz shoes.

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