On Facebook (where else?), from one of The Teenager’s “friends”:
Where can I get a pedicure and simultaneously use wi-fi in this town?
As it turned out, it was not hard at all to find a salon where one could stay connected while a total stranger worked on one’s toe nails . . . I am sure Henry James would have had something elegantly derisive to say about such a situation — had he only lived another hundred years or so. How much does a pedicure cost, anyway?
Probably nowhere as much as this:
This beautiful 12 inch tile is by Polly Whitcomb, and is one of the last pieces from her La Sala Pottery studio in Ribera, New Mexico. Polly Whitcomb has moved back to Vermont, and the Santa Fe gallery on Canyon Road that featured her work, Clay+Stone, is in the process of closing its doors. It had become a ritual for me: tea and dessert at The Teahouse, then across the parking lot to what was originally the Canyon Road Pottery before it became Clay+Stone Gallery, then later a short stroll down the hill to Deborah Gold Gallery to see my favorite oil impressionist . . . . Clay for life, marble for immortality: over the years I have collected bits of both from the same gallery. And now, I wish Josh and Stacey the best in their next big adventure.