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Thursday, February 3, 2011

throw out those LA papers, moldy box of vanilla wafers

i just dug out our sidewalk.  i dug at two feet of snow.  i don't remember ever having seen this much snow before. first I broke off the heavy top tier in chunks and flung them to the side.  underneath, the snow was airy and it gave way to the shovel's edge like sand and i lifted out in long, shallow digs.  i excavated to our southerly neighbor's, left a jagged wall at their border, turned, and chipped away to the north.  i dig-dugged, pushed for twenty minutes until i had freed myself onto our other neighbor's sidewalk.  the only trace of snow on their side was a damp sheen.  the white walls on either side were straight as a shopping mall's corridor.  i should have paid them to do ours.

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