genius girl monday blog
she speaks!

October 2005
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You look fabulous.
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Posted by: geniusgirlmonday @ 7:29 pm

In the new neighborhood! David and I walked to Market Street and had lunch. We listened to the next table discuss some very very personal information. I’ll have to remember what the place is called and let you know another time. Tables are close, so don’t discuss addiction, young foreign girls…

Here in the Ballard Flats, it’s…flat and you can see vistas.

This is the view from the top of the tower at the Ballard house.

Now let’s zoom in and take a mini view of David’s life:

This image is of The Men in “White Men in Suits”.

Here we see a detail of The Man from “Confrontation in the Green Room”.

David is teaching at the Bellevue Arts Museum on November 11 - 13. Check out

His lecture is on Friday November 4th at BAM. Having been at David’s previous lectures, I can tell you that it is an amazing look at an artist’s work and a privilege to hear the artist speak of it firsthand.

See you there.

When David was at the New Works Retreat at Haystack School of Crafts in Maine he was able to explore text based expression. This is one of his poems that came from that experience.

You Look Fabulous!

How are you feeling today?

Have you heard from your son?

You look good.

What are the doctors saying?

I don’t know what to say.

Well you sure look good.

Have you had a BM?

Does anything sound good to you?

What can I get you?

These flowers sure are pretty.

How long will they have you here?

When did you find out?

This no-hair thing suits you…really!

How is your appetite?

Did I already ask you that?

Do you want something from the cafeteria?

They say sometimes your hair comes back curly.

Oh, this is funny, who sent you this?

That’s a good color on you.

You know my mother went through this and lasted three more years!

Have you tried extract of sea slug?

Let me fix your pillow.

Have you been under a lot of stress?

You really look great.

I’m going to pull this curtain and then I need you to roll over.

Do you want me to leave?

Oh aren’t you sweet.

Have you read about the powers of positive thinking?

It’s probably not as bad as they say.

You look fabulous.