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Monthly Archives: August 2011
(Note to reader: I sweat sarcasm. If it sounds like sarcasm, it is. Also, check out some of the links here, there are some kick ass articles about the sexualization of young girls and the history of underwear. I had … Continue reading
Every year, around the first of August, I start watching for the Northwest Washington Fair posters, that herald the arrival of one of my favorite summer traditions: a night at the fair grounds. Since moving here, we have only missed … Continue reading
What a month it’s been, what a week! Ok, what an amazing summer, for me to take stalk, explore new roads (literally and figuratively) and to look at a lot of things with new eyes. Coming out of some dark, … Continue reading
Note: Strong sarcasm ahead. It is bred in me, and having just returned from the Boston area, where I grew up, it is on high gear right now. Also, while my kids have forbidden me to post their pictures or … Continue reading
I’ve been traveling all day, from my original home in the Boston area, back to my current and forever home in the Seattle area. It is about a 12 hour trip, or more, with drives to each airport (rental cars … Continue reading
You can be sure that I will not make three posts on any other day, however, I have gotten so many comments from the Freshly Pressed post, “The Grass is Always Greener on Someone Else’s Head…” I’ve heard from so … Continue reading
Don’t bother if you’re not a music person… but this is the playlist for my 30th high school reunion. There are so many songs I left off, so many more I could have put on here, but it touches on … Continue reading
It’s hard to sum up the past few days. It occurred to me to write some quick line like: “The reunion was amazing, I can’t say anymore.” or “No comment.” or “Two days later, I think I’m still hung over.” … Continue reading
This is a brief post to thank you to Word Press for featuring my last post, “The Grass is Always Greener on Someone Else’s Head” in Fresh Pressed yesterday. I was totally stunned, completely surprised, dizzy with delight, thrilled. I … Continue reading