Monthly Archives: June 2014

Shifting consciousness

For a Mother’s Day present my children and their partners signed me up for the local Chuckanut Writer’s Conference. I spent my weekend workshop/breakout times focused on memoir. When I was finishing my doctoral dissertation, my daughter Sally, a really … Continue reading

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mugged by perfectionism

  my mom at 16 in her band uniform – she played flute and piccolo  On Mother’s Day I called my sister because, “you are the only other person who looks in the mirror and sees Mom.”  Laughing she responded, … Continue reading

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