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Category Archives: Culture
Geishas with Guns
Sharing my art is how I express joy. It is also how I vent my frustration. I used to paint pictures of pretty flowers and bucolic scenes. Now, my work sports geishas with guns and ballerinas with baseball bats. Today, … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Culture, death, Family, geisha, Living, Misadventure, Observations, Research Tagged art, culture, elderly, erin brockovich, Family, geisha, guns, law, Living, love, Misadventure, Observations, painted mannequin, spirituality, strong women 4 Comments
Finding the Sun in Vancouver
“Maybe I should pour something for you that is a little more calming,” the sleepy-eyed, Seattle coffee shop barista remarked. Agitated with his slow service, I responded by rolling my eyes and loudly drumming my fingers on the counter. The … Continue reading
Posted in California, Culture, Family, Living, Misadventure, Observations, Parenting, Travel Tagged California, Canada, enlightenment, Family, gratitude, Living, memories, Misadventure, Oregon, Pacific Northwest, San Diego, Seattle, Travel, Vancouver, Washington 5 Comments
Weekly Writing Challenge–A Diverse Manner of Speaking
My friend still speaks with a New Jersey accent—but it is now laced with a Texas twang. Although he spent his formative years on the East Coast, his move to Austin, Texas affected his speech. A typical sentence from him … Continue reading