It feels as though I've found my voice again, but I know I need to refine it's timbre and tone. Of late I've been writing draft after draft after draft of snippets of ideas and thoughts that warrant more exploration. Today, I decideed to challenge myself to go out into the world and just write a few words about what I saw. It's been something I've struggled with all weekend, which I think is part of my own deep uneasiness about society and the state of politics in the world today. Ahem...that can get me down another tangent. Today was the last day before I head back to work tomorrow and I needed to get on my bike and just experiece my city. I didn't want to push myself or get in a workout, I just wanted to see. I pumped up my tires and hit the streets. I meandered past a garage sale where a LuluLarue consultant was making one last push to get rid of product. I saw gardens and cats on porches. I geared down and climbed up hills and ended up at Wapato Park. You co
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