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31 October 2011

glowing

Today, tonight, is Halloween, and last week, I gave some long glow-in-the-dark fingernails for a child to wear on a dark night. When I too was a child, my best costume was as a mummy, strips of white fabric circling my legs and arms, torso and head. Just the other evening, I was walking to my home in Hong Kong, and two girls wearing long black hats on the sidewalk gave me two marshmallow candies. All of us glowing.
Photo: A staircase, Hiroshima, Japan
Text: I also wish Tai Wah a glowing birthday, 94th

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