Tag Archives: letter writing

Rave

RAVE to walkers, hikers and joggers in Edmonds who, when approaching someone else on the sidewalk or trail, step off (into the street if necessary) to give a 6-foot distance when passing. A smile and a wave is our greeting … Continue reading

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Writing Epiphany

If I wanted to keep writing, I had to learn to do it like Gil did, which was kind of like the way the post office pledge to deliver mail: in spite of any prohibitive conditions, distractions, theoretical constraints. Forget … Continue reading

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10 Year Conversation

If you could send a note to yourself in 2030, what would it say? Your focused work on equity—in justice and access to affordable housing, health services, fair pay, and education—paid off. The CROWN Act was just the beginning in … Continue reading

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Tiny Mailbox: Act of Kindness

The title Tiny Mailbox made me think of a text I recently received from my aunt, and  a good friend there thoughtful replies to some happy mail I had sent them. When is the last time you sent a care … Continue reading

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Mail Call

Comical Explanation

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