Chatanooga’s Got Dots!The day before this new month began Kate and David explored Chatanooga, where they found these (apparently famous) dots in a laneway across from the Chatanooga Choo Choo Hotel... which, of course, makes me want to hum and to tap dance to Glenn Miller's Chatanooga Choo Choo.
The very next day, this same David ran 50 miles in 11 hours and 7 minutes in this trail race near Chatanooga! He was still standing afterwards, but I suspect he might choose not to for a while.
I've been looking for clues about these dots. The parking tags you see are for a company named Very, whose web address is verypossible.com, where they say they're "remarkable people solving complex problems." Nothing there about dots—even complex ones. Google tells me there are lots of sites listing these dots as a perfect background for Instagram pix. Indeed, Google shows lots of those dotty pix, both amateur and professional. But so far I've not been able to find whose dots these are and why they are where they are.
Kate and David's dotty day was covered in a post-rain grey. I thought these dots deserved a sky that reflected their more psychedelic splendour. Thank you to my former neighbour Agnes, for this glorious Alberta sky. Seems perfect for a city obsessed with murals, eh?
Maybe I'm just getting too dotty... or we need to change the pronunciation of dotage to have a short O?
If this isn't nice, what is?
~ Kurt Vonnegut, of course