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Monday, January 17, 2011

Zen Monday: #129


It's Zen Monday again, can you believe it? This is the day you tell us what the photo's about, rather than me telling you.

The reason we call it "zen" is loosely (very, very loosely) based on the zen idea of teaching through experience rather than telling--you know, lectures, taking notes, reading books.

So, please experience the photo and let us know what you learn. There's no right or wrong. We're here to have fun.


(Please take the time to scroll down and see the stray dog pics I posted late yesterday.)

22 comments:

lewi14 said...

It would be nice if you could clear the main memory named brain from insignificant facts. That way you get more space for new informations.

Kate said...

Looks like a giant sale at Ikea. An after-sale, that is

Steven said...

It looks like the clearance sale was a huge success. I will pay $10 for the cordless drill sitting on the blue hand cart.

Trish said...

anyone who has lived in Pasadena for much time knows----looks like the post-ToR sale has cleared everything out.


tho Steven, am betting the Ryobi has seen better days---would prefer a newer one!

Trish said...

and one more thought...

this is what happens when Michigan THOUGHT they were going to go to the Rose Bowl...and didn't get an invite. Ooops.

Bellis said...

Only a few items left! Bring your own ladder if you want them - ours isn't tall enough.

J+P said...

John Boehner's storehouse of constructive ideas.

L Barlow, AIA said...

I am feeling the clarity of nothngness

Speedway said...

Looks as though, bereft of constructive ideas, the wastebaskets and shredders were left behind, with no way of disposing the bad ideas.

Kathy said...

I'm guessing it's Bed, Bath & Beyond, marking the change of seasons. Now that Christmas season is over, perhaps it's Spring Cleaning? Then Back to School, then Christmas again. Those are the main things they celebrate.

Margaret said...

Ummmm....clearance.

Mister Earl said...

You complained that you wanted more storage space and now you don't know where to put anything.

postie said...

Bob instead of texting everyone maybe you can move the stuff from the top to the bottom that way it will sell faster you think?

alex said...

these consumer goods are only visible to the most discerning and sophisticated customer.

they are also 90% off, so hurry, there are only...uh...9 of them left. get them before we shutter and disappear into thin air.

Rip said...

They meant it when they hired that guy to stand on the side of the highway holding a sign that said "EVERYTHING MUST GO!!!!!"

Virginia said...

I tells me that just today I learned that I will be moving from my home in search of another dwelling. Oddly I am at peace with it. My only really overwhelming concern is how I will sell all of the belongings that I"ve amassed. It will all work itself out. CLEARANCE
V

Steve Scauzillo said...

It's the interior of The Container Store.

Anonymous said...

The inside of my brain now Alzheimers has set in. It's rather a nice feeling.

J+P said...

Wow. Steve Scauzillo just send my brain into Möbius mode. Now all my thoughts are one-sided & I can't get out!

Petrea said...

I'm feeling the clarity of nothingness, too, Laurie--though actually my nothingness feels rather murky. Although if Steffen (lewi14) is correct, I might just be clearing brain space for new things to come.

Virginia, I hope that's just a Zen Monday comment and not the truth. That is too much.

Kathy, you got the location spot-on, it's BB&B.

You are all brilliant, your comments escalating today in subtlety, if that makes sense (and even if it doesn't). Thanks for a terrific Zen Monday.

Clifford Beshers said...

Sorry I'm late, I was out buying stuff all day yesterday.

Ms M said...

Maybe the economy isn't as bad as we think...