I Miss My Bracelet

When I lived in Minneapolis, 2000-2003, I lived a person without a home. I tried to live on food costs of less than $12 per week. As I ran out of money--despite having a paid for home in Richmond, VA--I sold something purchased a quarter of a century earlier while in graduate school. Some thought it gaudy. Some thought it was an aesthetic statement. I liked it. Early in the 1980's, I etched a summary of my existence on the inside. Before relocating to to Minneapolis, I had two custom caps made to capture my capital ideas.

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