Monthly Archives: January 2017

I feel energized and hopeful in a way I haven’t since the election. A march mostly intended for Washington DC expanded into so much more. A million people, all over the world, marched in solidarity peacefully. Acknowledging that women’s rights are human rights, the environment is ours to lose, that love is love, people cannot be illegal,......
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I’m marching this weekend with thousands of Seattle residents. The event is the shining beacon giving me hope and something to look forward to today. The last few months have been marked with more political activism than my entire youth combined. I’ve been calling my representatives, hunting for reliable news sources, donating time and resources......
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The last trip of 2016 was to sunny Las Vegas to celebrate Robert’s birthday.  He worked through his last birthday on a business trip in Kiev – and to say it made him happy is an understatement. We made a pact – never again work on a birthday. We chose Vegas kind of as a joke. Since......
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