Archives for September 2017

My Daughters Will Never Know

General/Column September 18, 2017

the joys of home economics, the room full of do-gooders, helpers, sewers, piecing together pillow cases and aprons; smiling with…

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My Baby starts Kindergarten on Total Solar Eclipse

General/Column September 18, 2017

Five years, I tried to catch a star with a butterfly net At seven fifty a.m., she waves goodbye I…

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Even After

General/Column September 18, 2017

I grew up hiking. My dad was from Juneau, and we returned there nearly every summer to visit his family….

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Sometime After Thirteen

General/Column September 18, 2017

Sometime after thirteen, she’ll start to slip away. At least that’s what they tell you. She’ll lay her dolls inside…

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