Monthly Archives: April 2012

If you see something, SAY SOMETHING!

I remember a feisty little girl, with a big grin, sparkling eyes, and blonde-brown curls. So much positive potential!   She experienced some rough patches as she was growing up, and made some poor choices as a teen.   This morning I read in … Continue reading

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Earth Day is EVERY day!

I did not post on Earth Day (April 22nd), because I was busy enjoying the day with my partner.   🙂  It was warm here and sunny (until the marine layer moved in about 4 pm).  However, since Earth Day is … Continue reading

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May 1st General Strike 2012

I avoid political talk.  People tend to get excited about politics and hold firm opinions, and see things in black and white.  Last time I believed in black and white I was  five years old.  Even when discussing issues I … Continue reading

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What I did last week…

Last week I was crazy busy.   The weekend before I had a mild case of flu, so I started out dragging.  😦    But things perked up on Wednesday, when Pam Moore arrived.  Pam is the Director of the Institute for … Continue reading

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One more chance to see “The Vagina Monologues” in Del Norte County — this year!

We scheduled three performances of “The Vagina Monologues” in Del Norte County.  The first one was on March 31st, at College of the Redwoods, Crescent City CA.  The day before two rivers almost flooded, and on the day of the … Continue reading

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A bit of weather

We had some interesting weather last weekend — lots of rain in a short period of time after the ground was already soaked.  And then strong wind, with gusts of 40-50 mph.     My husband (a deputy sheriff) made these photos … Continue reading

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