Esta One


   Today spent single which had written upon it in blue ballpoint pen (upper left corner, back of bill) the Spanish word Esta. The handwritten embellishment was unnoticed by me until it was time to feed the dollar into a self-service grocery terminal.

   I also found, in the city,  a paper bow tie, five dollars and a BOSS prepaid telephone card marked in a two-dollar denomination that may very well have been used up. The five was useful for putting toward the purchase of a gallon of gasoline. The tie is missing a paper doll. I left a pink yo-yo with three hearts against a striped background where it was. I have seen no herons and have no further information about herons, heronspotting or the dilemma of being human. Sometimes it is well enough to be thankful for the day, just this one!

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