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Cuba uncovered #soscuba
Remember World War II? Remember Reeducation camps in the USA? Remember how truth was being twisted into a hoax? This is what Cuba has been for 62-years. This is what Cuba is today. Kidnapping teenagers who participated in the protests and sending them to reeducation camps. For those White, Liberals who support the Cuban revolution... Continue Reading →
A Cuba Primer #soscuba
Below is my gift to help with the conversations happening about Cuba since the 7/11 uprising.
Reconnection part 3, Patience
Reconnection are meditations to help you through this time.
Wayback Machine – Oprah Prize
Screen grab of page in the Wayback machine. My first publication is on a now defunct page on the Worldwide Web, seattlewritergrrls.org. The date sometime in 2004. The title: The Oprah Prize. You can read it by following this link. It isn't good writing, but it is writing nonetheless. And published writing at that. I... Continue Reading →
Top 5 must dos in Juneau, AK
The thrill of Alaska starts before the plane lands. Flying into Juneau on a clear day is like having a seat on a large, special access tour bus. As the plane maneuvers over Gastineau channel between islands and peninsulas that look like mounds of submerged forestland, you can scan the shoreline for bears or harbor... Continue Reading →
How we divide
We were making copies using the ditto machine in the teacher’s resource room of our school. When the teacher’s aide – we kids called “slap jaw” - walked through the intoxicating fumes of the duplicating solvent to talk to us. She asked us where we were going to high school – we both replied Sullivan.... Continue Reading →
Day 69 – Thanksgiving
Today I give thanks to this happy couple. My parents - circa 1969 at Banff or Glacier NP. They represent what the United States of America is all about. A country of compassion. A country of opportunity. A country where an economic refugee from Germany and a political refugee from Cuba, could meet, fall in... Continue Reading →
Day 58 – Botanical Diversity
Grounding. Solace. Alone again, after a great weeklong visit with my brother, I felt pulled to take a walk among plant life. I needed their help to remember how to feel rooted on this Earth. I needed their help to remember the diversity of life. I needed their help to remember that life can happen... Continue Reading →