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April 15, 2008

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Joanne

I hope that was a marriage proposal. :)

About the houses; I love colorful neighborhoods. I used to live in a bright taxi cab yellow house. I wasn't sure about it when we moved in, but over time, I grew to love it. When we moved out, I bought a yellow car. I love how people notice it, it's a landmark, it's almost impossible not to smile over it.

LynnH

I collect photos of purple houses. I pass some by and that always makes me sad. My neighborhood has 5 white houses in a row, in several places, and there is no ordinance dictating color. Sad.

In a "nicer" neighborhood in my town, someone painted their house bright pink. People were mad, they tried to get city council to force them to tone it down. They had protesters. It's ridiculous.

I mean, this was not a rich neighborhood but not working class like mine, either. But that's Lansing. I say it's a beige and navy sort of town and I'm not far off.

Didn't Yoko Ono make an installation with a ladder where if you climbed it you saw the word "Yes" ???

I think that John Lennon told that story about how he met her. It's all in my memory banks rather than on a piece of paper, but I know very little about them other than the Playboy interview not long before he was killed. Maybe that's where I read it.

I'm all for YES!!!

Lynn

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