Project 313 – Post No. 220

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If you like animals — especially wild animals — you’ll then enjoy THIS look back. That’s another thing I miss here in Hawaiʻi . . . not only hawks and hummingbirds, but also larger wild animals. We do have goats and wild boar (pigs) but that’s not much diversity. Plus, I see many goats each time I drive anywhere and I’ve only caught a glimpse of a pig in the two+ years we’ve been here. 

And now, the photo:

Project 313 220

Interesting look . . . imagine it in color . . . did you imagine it as yellow, hot, glowing metal similar to the anger we feel for the politicians we’re stuck with or cold and icy as the hearts of the politicians we’re stuck with?

I flip between one and the other. 

I found this cartoon funny . . . and a bit sad.

That was the entertainment for many Americans as late as the 70s. Before sought our daily dose of anger and hate fed to us by our favorite pundit, we would watch people play instruments and maybe dance a bit. Sadder still is that so many traded in Lawrence Welk for watching four or five people screaming at each other and trying to sell you the idea one party is better than the other and that important people have your best interests at heart. 

Me, I prefer concentrating on designing spinners; like the one I shared yesterday.

So, like, yes, I set it spinning at well. Plus, this is spinning a bit faster so I must have given it a good shove. I give you . . . The Happy Spinner at Night and even happier.

The Happy Spinner at Night Even Happier

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

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