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Mundane Monday: How much is that doggie in the window?

The song in the title of this blog was old even when I was a kid growing up in New York State. And even back then, I didn’t usually see doggies in the window: I saw them on the street, being walked, or up for adoption in shelters. People who wanted pure breeds got them from breeders.  Continue reading Mundane Monday: How much is that doggie in the window?

Mundane Monday Travel: Paris streetlights

Our first night in Paris, we arrived during a rainstorm and were greeted by a rainbow as we left Orly.

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Taken through the window of a taxi, the Mundane Monday challenge in reverse: a transcendent object–a rainbow–framed by mundane traffic, roads, and buildings.

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