Invisible things by Noëlle Maline

With the flicker of a bird .. I prefer distractions and being interrupted . These days , I am a luggage organizer , book filer and background diorama painter .. I look at the night sky and watch old films .. Collect shadows and uncertainties .. I make art with fragments and broken images .. Paper , things and sounds .


The Pup and Taco

First of all...
I thought I would start off my first entry here with a Pup and Taco story.
I really like saying Pup and Taco, Pup and Taco...over and over. I must have said it about 150 times yesterday, trying to fit it into every topic.
  But- no really, 

there was a Pup and Taco at the Los Coyotes Diagonal that I used to go to after school. 

This picture gives you an idea of what they generally looked like on the inside. The Pup and Taco I frequented was in an A frame sort of like some of the old Der Wienerschnitzels still around. [ I found these pictures on someone else's site and got really excited because I had practically forgotten all about Pup and Tacos.]

From what I remember- the tacos were simple and perfect for kids who liked plain food, which I did, but some of the kids would get their hot dogs smothered with chili - which I couldn't stand the smell of because it reminded me of sloppy joe day breath. That was just my opinion, of coarse. 

Now that diagonal is occupied by an El Pollo Loco.

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