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Year Two

Year Two

Year two.   I honestly have no idea what to say about it. So, I will start with today (technically the first day of year three). I made a plan to take myself out for my favorite treat (fries & aioli) and then walk around the marina and honestly, try to force...

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Wooden Boat Festival

Wooden Boat Festival

It was an eye opening weekend. After a failed attempt to hitchhike from the ferry terminal on Lopez to Fisherman’s Bay, Tucker and I hopped aboard Tuwamish with the Nash family to set out for Port Townsend.  This was a treat in and of itself.  We had a sunset...

Worst Hitchhiker Ever

Worst Hitchhiker Ever

I had toyed with the idea of making my way down to Port Townsend for the wooden boat festival.   I really wanted the chance to see some Port Townsend friends and meet some women who I had begun working with who participated in the R2AK. I checked into taking the Puget...

It’s a blur

It’s a blur

As Tucker and I walked the docks early this evening, the smells of sunscreen and saltwater mixed with a hint of gasoline made me inhale deeply in appreciation. All too soon, the sun will be hidden behind clouds and the boats maneuvering around the marina will dwindle....

Keep it Simple

Keep it Simple

I have spent the past week being sad. And then pissed. And then sad some more. Eventually, I decided I was tired of the bad dreams and the crying, so as of yesterday I decided it was time to eat my feelings. You wouldn’t believe how much harder it is to do that when you don’t have fast food available.

A New Routine

A New Routine

It has been nearly three months to the day since I left my job. One would have probably thought that I would have settled into a new routine long before now. But between multiple trips back to Texas and spending a week at a time here and there out with Chris on the boat, I’ve found myself…