While some people are trying to build a wall, we’ve been trying to tear one down. Ever since we bought our house more than two years ago, we’ve dreamed of taking out the wall that separated our living room and … Continue reading Remodeling, the never-ending story
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