Monthly Archives: October 2011

The voice of an immigrant

Gabriela Sirbu, a Romanian immigrant who lovingly cared for my mother for many years, commented on an earlier post.  Actually, she did a lot more than comment.  She wrote a poem with an introduction. One thing many first-generation immigrants lack … Continue reading

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Tulalip tribes Cultural Center is welcome newcomer to area

What a joy to discover a great new museum in my backyard!  The Tulalip Tribes Hibulb Cultural Center opened in August.  A friend got an early peek when invited to tour with a party of blogger journalists.  She reported that it was … Continue reading

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” All thru’ the day I, me, mine”

My last blog post was a tongue-in-cheek piece about using a rubber bracelet as a tool to change a habit.  I quoted author Brother David Stendl-Rast from his article “Not Complaining,” in the journal Thirty Thousand Days. Interestingly, something Brother David … Continue reading

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Complaint free in 21 days

Want to rid yourself of a habit, nasty or otherwise?  I decided to break the habit of complaining, based on an article called “Not Complaining” by Brother David Stendl-Rast in the journal Thirty Thousand Days.   I volunteered myself as a … Continue reading

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