cryx: Me, infront of a wall, with surprisingly dark hair (through a pond)
On the bus to work this morning I passed a pair of houses with name plaques. The bus slowed in traffic and I gazed at them. "Bayview" and "Highview" are both still on the top of a hill, but now, rather than the vista they used to see stretched in front of them, there is a 60s big blocky community club. I felt a little sad about what had changed (despite, I'm sure, that more people have probably enjoyed the club than have mourned the lost view).
I could make a not very subtle analogy with how a no longer applicable label can bring more sadness than it brings joy, but I have no lables I wish to shrug off.

That said, isn't that the point?
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