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2011

Found objects # 2

Found objects # 2

Found objects

Found objects

Paul and patient in garden

Paul and patient in garden

Bloody toe and objet trouvé

I haven't written on my blog for some time now and had the idea to write about:  objet trouvé, the things I found on our daily walk with the dogs. Little plastic toys, big and tiny teddy bears, tiny dolls, even a stuffed donkey.
 

Here some photos of the objet trouvé and my blue bag and I with my painting in the garden (click to enlarge):

Objects found on our daily walks with our dogs.   Paul and patient in garden. Photo by Clemens Objects found in the park on our daily walks with our dogs # 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Then something happened.

Tree of Life at Jacqui and Alan's

Tree of Life at Jacqui and Alan's

Clemens and Jacqui in Port Douglas

Clemens and Jacqui in Port Douglas

bloody toes

bloody toes

bloody sore toe

bloody sore toe

Yes, Australia the lucky country.

I was lying on my bed with a slightly sore toe. I stood up in the night and stepped on the dog Angelo and the angel thought I was the devil or  an intruder or murderer so bit my left big toe and wouldn't let lose !!
I screamed out and Clemens got up out of a deep sleep and separated teeth from toe. Poor Angelo was over me like  a loving dog but my toe was leaking badly.
bloody sore toes
Anyway, I was thinking: Goodness, we live in a lucky country indeed.  And very very tolerant.
 
We have a woman Prime-Minister, I voted for her, living in sin with a man. And we have a greens senator for Tasmania who is openly gay and a big eared Liberal leader without a clue. Like a sweet jumping chimpanzee.
 
A Chinese minister for Finance who, also, is openly a lesbian.
Every two weeks I get $840 for just breathing and if I had a problem with breathing an ambulance would be at the front door before I could exhale !!

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