Periodically this week I find myself paralyzed. It might be at work or in the car, at home or in the shower, at the grocery store or while eating. How did a racist, misogynist, gay-hating, sexually-assaulting degenerate get elected President … Continue reading No longer just a spectator
What is a home? Is it a structure, a place, a state of being or perhaps a mindset? I recently attended the Creative Colloquy Crawl, an event featuring more than 20 storytellers at nine venues in Tacoma. One of the … Continue reading What is a home?
Tacoma First Presbyterian church has been a beacon of light to the community both literally and figuratively for nearly a hundred years. The church, which was built in 1923 and finished in 1925, features a 160-foot tall tower that was … Continue reading An impromptu tour of Tacoma’s First Presbyterian
In the three months I’ve owned an electric car I’ve received a variety of questions. How far does it go? Is it on? How do you shift? Does it have any leg room? How do you fit in it? How … Continue reading Driving an electric car
When I was 5-years-old I lived across the street from a family very similar and yet very different from my own. They had a daughter named Ashley who was my age. We played together almost everyday. I loved going to … Continue reading Playing in the past
We here at Traveling the PNW love the earth. So what better way to show that love than with 10 quotes we like matched up with 10 photos we like. Pretty lame blog, but we like good photos and good … Continue reading Ten things we like about you (earth)
Growing up I had an unhealthy obsession with the SR-71 Blackbird. Something about its design was so cool to me. The fastest jet in the world. Black. Sleek. The ability to spy on other countries. It had everything a boy … Continue reading Dreaming of a Blackbird