I have been visiting my daughter, Alex, in Westwood, the last few days, and every morning I go for a long walk with my new iPod (my first one).
I ran across a guy who was carrying an art briefcase. You know, the big ones. He was clean cut and looked very respectable – like an art student. He stopped me and asked me if I wanted to donate a dollar to the arts.
I’m willing to bet that that dollar would make it no further than his pocket. But you got love his creativity.
I gave him the dollar. God bless him for perfecting his craft.
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