• Hey! I’m fine. Truthfully, the news (all of the news) has me in a bit of a mood. This image is both a reflection of my mood, the end of a game of pool I played Thanksgiving weekend and a reminder to myself to spend my time wisely.

    How are you? Well, I hope.

  • I am so glad you are well, and I agree with you that news is depressing. I am also concerned about the Seattle Seahawks! I have ready, a book to read so that I will not watch when the other team has the ball! Half of me likes to read airhead books, the other half of me loves serious research. I am immersed in the history of the Fremont neighborhood and am posting a series of articles on my Wedgwood blog…..so what’s the problem????? That’s what I am up to these days. Next week — I will make a trip to downtown Seattle to enjoy the lights and decorations. Wherever you are, please post some photos of twinkly lights for me? ‘Tis the season for twinkle, twinkle.

  • Go Hawks!

    I’ve been remiss in catching up on your Fremont work. I’ve added your work to my reading list! I worked in Fremont from 1999-2015; I look forward to learning more about Fremont through your research.

    My reading list is almost exclusively non-fiction. However, a friend who is similarly frustrated by the news is using Agatha Christie as a salve. I’m re-reading “And Then There Were None”, I’d read it as a kid, and forgotten just how good it is.

    Here’s three other books I’ve read and enjoyed recently:
    “Just a Journalist”, Linda Greenhouse
    “Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery”, Scott Kelly
    “Apollo 8″: The Thrilling Story of the First Mission to the Moon”, Jeffery Kluger

    Twinkly lights? Yes, M’am! Thanks for the inspiration! Coming right up!

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