Thursday, December 07, 2006

Nighttime Fair #2 5" x 7" Christina Pickard & Robin Orbach Starke SOLD

It seems strange, but there are parts of the fair where you can find a quiet moment. Really. It’s true. Usually it’s around ten or eleven at night, and the teenagers have overrun the midway, and families with small children have trundled to the minivan with stuffed animals, balloons and impending stomachaches. That’s the time to nab a table under the trees, in the dark, and watch the action off in the distance.

We had to have a cinnamon roll before we left, so after we picked a gooey one from the middle, we sat down and watched the fair go by. It was peaceful and quiet—not much talking because of the cinnamon roll—and we had a great time just checking out the lights and the colors before we headed home.

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