Monthly Archives: January 2014


When my son Bill started school, he entered first grade with a teacher who ended up fired as she was an alcoholic. Not a good start, but it made it logical that he had trouble reading. As he progressed through … Continue reading

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my take on her word

My thoughts on “Weave,” daughter Amelia’s one little word for 2014.. There was a time I really wanted to weave To make a place mat or scarf I learned the hard part setting up the loom the rest is easy … Continue reading

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mothers and daughters

This was the  mother-daughter weekend at Amelia’s church. I had been to a few when I first returned to Bellingham.  There was a time it was held elsewhere but the last few have been at her church. I did not … Continue reading

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