Change 4: The Moon Last Night, Cork International Short Story Festival, Galway Coffee Shop

This was an attempt to take a picture of the moon last night. It’s there somewhere.

There was talk of a “Super Moon” last night. Of course self totally missed it.

Where Am I? I am in a car. That's about it.

Where is self? Self is in a car. That’s about it.

Here’s an extreme close-up of a poster for the Cork International Short Story Festival. 2015 just wrapped. Does self need to remind dear blog readers that reading changes lives?

Close-Up: Cork International Short Story Festival Poster (September 2015)

Close-Up: Cork International Short Story Festival Poster (September 2015)

Finally, two women in a coffee shop, oblivious to the cars passing outside. One of the passing cars is blurred. Voila: CHANGE!

The coffee shop was on Shop Street or Middle Street, self forgets which street exactly, in Galway.

Coffee Shop, Galway

Coffee Shop, Galway

Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.

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