Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Candidate

I did it as a favor for a co-worker, who asked if we would give an interview for a young friend just out of college. The kid showed up in a suit, with a good smile and handshake. There were … Continue reading

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Real Time

I love my digital music collection, but going through it is like going through a closet that’s over-stuffed, looking for the perfect thing but just winding up feeling frustrated about all the possibilities, none of them quite working out long … Continue reading

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Vast Deference

I got the “procedure” today, as I described to Lily – something about not wanting to have kids again, put gingerly. “You and Charlotte are plenty, honey.” The doctor was matter-of-fact, swift, and at times, downright gruff in the way … Continue reading

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The Grind-Down

The headline is Charlotte, who lost her fingertip in the hinge of a door last night at the drop-off daycare in Issaquah. The worst part is that Dawn did it, by letting the door go while Charlotte leaned into it, … Continue reading

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