|There’s no place like Dome|
Venice. Yes, that one word says it all. If only I had words to say what that one word says. Maybe I’ll just put up some pictures. Let me explain.
I went to Venice – just popped over. You see there are people in Cybersales who know about me and watch me. They know the swivel of my eyes and the recycle bin shameful lusts of my browser history. I should be worried about surveillance and privacy shouldn’t I? Someone out there in the ethos of commercial ether knew that if they sent me an e mail offer of a couple of nights in Venice for the price of a B&B with a pint of warm beer in Grimethorpe, I’d be the sort of lush, decadent credit abusing floozy who’d sign up. So, I got out the plastic fantastic, explained to airport security that there was indeed a terrorist’s dream of
Venice in night time perspective
metal support in my bra and uplifted myself to a place where I’d only ever been in my books. It just didn’t seem fair that Earl Spencer and hot cop Shannon had shared Venetian love in Passion Patrol 2 and I had not!
Many of you will have been there. If you have, you are still there at any moment the name comes back to you. If you have not, then it will be Disneyed away in your helpless dreams. Of course there is the sadness that it could all be swept away. The Mose project is nearly ready to provide gates to hold back the sea. The quaysides are being raised. Collectively as a world we cannot let this go. Moses, Noah, King Canute and I will not allow it!
The above is a short clip of my coffee at the borrowed edge of time. Oh thank you credit card limit. Thank you Venice. Thank you spirit of magic that inspired this place.
Emma Thinx: The hardest thing about the possible is to imagine it.