Friday, September 24, 2010

autobiographical

6 comments:

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Much more interesting than most of my classes :o)

Paula said...

Well as you probably know I like walking through old cemetaries but the rest I don't know. The crematory kind of reminds me of the time I went with John to take a cow to the slaughterhouse. It was terrible. They run them in the front and in a short while hides are thrown out the side.

Debra said...

sure beats biology!

asinglor=an idiot who vocalizes stories

FrankandMary said...

I LOVE funeral establishments(when the deceased isn't one of my own loved(or liked) ones(I like them empty) & I love cemeteries.

I watched an embalming once. Sure beats the banal details of every day life(& also makes you appreciate them as well).

This is reason 10000 they call me Wednesday at home. A lot spills from my id.

You are so much more an artist than an entrepeneur, but I wish you had a bit more of the latter in you. You'd kill. No pun intended. ~xoxoxo

Anonymous said...

Is this TRUE??? What an AWESOME class!!
I thought about going to embalming school after burning out on the last "career" but the chemicals bothered me. Dang it. -Cin

Big Mark 243 said...

This is rich... I sorta think that coaching volleyball goes into her Death/Life new age aesthetic.

You certainly have had some interesting experiences. I could only imagine what that must have been like, especially in fly over land. She was trying to be help you get in touch with whatever she couldn't find in herself. Not as a projection of her failings, but something she figures would be good for her students to be aware of.