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When we first moved to Santa Barbara County, we lived for a year or so in a little apartment on a horse ranch on the outskirts of Solvang, and we used to enjoy wandering from there through miles of fields … Continue reading
This is the most recent interview I’ve done for The Living Stories Collective, the ongoing oral history project and website that I told readers about earlier here. I’ve decided to share it on this blog in addition to the LSC website … Continue reading
Peering at the rain-smeared night through the windows of the airport bus makes me feel the way I used to feel in the 1970s when I was a girl in my twenties sitting on Greyhound buses, lost and confused, maybe a … Continue reading
Let my history then be a gate unfastened to a new life and not a barrier to my becoming. (from the poem “Yorkshire” … Continue reading
The year was 1972 or thereabouts. I was front desk receptionist in a big office building in downtown Chicago. My duties included typing, clipping relevant newspaper articles and arranging them in a scrapbook for the publicity department, and preparing and … Continue reading