Monthly Archives: May 2016

My earliest memories

In my earliest memories, I am in the big house on 70th Street.   It is morning and I am in the kitchen, pouring cereal into my breakfast bowl.  The summer sun is already streaming through the curtains Mom made … Continue reading

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The water

Tom Robbins has called the Pacific Northwest “…this spectacularly mildewed corner of the American Linoleum.”   Of course, there is the rain.  Weather forecasters long ago ran out of synonyms for rain and its associated conditions.  Many visitors and transplants … Continue reading

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