Tag Archives: Pacific Northwest

Patience and Sandals: The Advantages of Middle Age

This morning dawned bright, gorgeous, and just a little bit chilly. Perfect sleeping weather, but when it came time to leave for work, I found myself facing a dilemma familiar to residents of the Pacific Northwest: Should I wear shoes … Continue reading

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Interview and Review on EDGE Media Network

While I have been hyper-busy recently learning to be a new parent, an interview and a review of both of my books, Solstice and Leaving L.A., have come online. Kate West, a Seattle writer who contacted me a few months ago about writing the interview … Continue reading

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The Beingness of Trees

Yesterday at lunch, I took advantage of the gorgeous weather currently gracing the Pacific Northwest–sorry, nearly everyone else in the country–and wandered the woods near the university where I work. (The photos that appear in this post were snapped on … Continue reading

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Celebrating Non-Bio Mom Day in Washington State

This morning my wife called me from her cell phone on her way to work. We’d spoken earlier over breakfast, but she hadn’t yet imbibed her decaf coffee when I left for work. Kris loves her coffee. In fact, I … Continue reading

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