shannatrenholm "vacant lots like missing teeth gave a rough grin to the streets we haunted. Ruin was everywhere, for cities had been abandoned by the rich, by politics, by vision of the future." ~ Rebecca Solnit, from A Field Guide to Getting Lost 15h

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shannatrenholm I love my new T-shirt from @deconstructinggender. It's so soft! 2d

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shannatrenholm Sunday is for napping on your neighbor's back porch. Note strategic head rest. 6d

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shannatrenholm Yeah, I'm THAT jerk who edits library books. Sorry (not), Rebecca Solnit. 7d

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shannatrenholm My gallery of beloved pups, past and present, is up. Thanks to my good friend & stellar artist @acamonchi for capturing the spirit of Hamlet, Milo, and Lola. 1w
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  •   iizliz Love <3 20h
  •   iizliz (wait why didn't that make a heart thingy?) anyhow I love these paintings! 20h
  •   shannatrenholm @iizliz aww, thanks (heart thingy or no). I love these paintings, too :-) 19h

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shannatrenholm oxfords & shadows & camo. 1w

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shannatrenholm Another legend gone. My heart can only handle so much. 2016, you are a tough one. 1w

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shannatrenholm Delighted to discover that my tiny (441 sf) casita has authentic Batchelder tile (despite the fact that someone, at one point, must have stuccoed or painted over them as there is white residue all over). According to Wikipedia: Ernest A. Batchelder (1875–1957) was an American artist and educator who made Southern California his home in the early 20th century. He is famous as a maker of art tiles and as a leader in the American Arts and Crafts Movement. 2w

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