Harrell, did you ever dance to this?

Posted: July 14th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: The Latest | Tags: , | 1 Comment »

Harrell, on your last day with us in Philadelphia, you were talking about how much you love to dance over pancake breakfast at Sabrinas, said you constantly went out to dance halls when you were in your teens. did this one ever play you out?we didn’t play it in the car on the way to the airport. perhaps it was for the best…

so it’s true. the visit is (long) over, Harrell has left along with his friends from Independent Curators International, whom I will introduce you to soon. there is SO much to report on. we covered some serious ground over the week Harrell was around. we visited everything from the museum commemorating the mummer’s parade to an urban horse-riding club in north phil. it was a real whirlwind. tremendously busy, but also infinitely interesting and rather incredible. after a week of new hampshire solitude (a brand of quiet of which i am particularly fond), i can say that i am ready to tell you all about it – the sites, the organizations, the people we met, the food we ate, the stories we heard, the stories we told, and on and on. it’s a lot to process, but we will take it one step at a time.

One Comment on “Harrell, did you ever dance to this?”

  1. 1 VMAX guy said at 2:37 am on July 18th, 2010:

    Great detailed info, I just bookmarked you on my google reader.

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