Thursday, September 22, 2011

A Permanent Transplant?



I didn't get a chance to talk to both girls, but Laura with the big smile hails from Ashville, North Carolina where her folks still live in the mountains.  Laura moved to Santa Fe about five years ago and loves it, especially the sunshine. I asked her if she plans to stay, and with a shrug of her shoulders, she replied, "Who knows!"  Currently she is working two jobs; this one is with Matt Romero's Farmers Market vegetable stand and the other is with a non-profit: Santa Fe Mountain ?? I didn't take notes so my memory gave up the last word.

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  1. Both lovely looking girls Kate. Oh to be young again and have the adventure of not knowing where you'll be in future years!!

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  2. When I first saw the word, "transplant," I immediately thought of "hair transplant." I don't know why. And yes, I still have lots of hair.

    Cool portraits. Selma and Louise types, maybe? Without the violence I hope?

    Are you back in St. Paul?

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  3. There are so many transplants here just like me.

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  4. Santa Fe is one of those places that attracts a lot of people from other places.

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  5. I would love to visit Sante Fe Kate. I hear the art there is fantastic. Great portrait!

    V

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  6. So many young folks seem comfortable working minimum wage jobs and seeing where life blows them. Good luck, kids!

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  7. Hope she finds something permanent there. Santa Fe is a nice place to live!

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