Sometimes when you’re hiking alone in the Sierras, you’re carrying a lot. Every night you set down the same pack, and you hear the clink of mason jars of peaches, the squish of your sleeping bag, the crunch of yesterday’s trash you had to pack back out because there was no garbage can near you.
I work on human trafficking. It’s a pretty sad subject. One of our traditions at work is to post “daily self care videos” to our chat statuses (this isn’t unique to my organization–we did that in my first internship in Washington D.C.):
Recently there’s been a trend of cute genre actors going on Sesame Street [...]
Matthew and my apartment in Seattle is front page news today in the Seattle Times. There are 2 articles–one with Matthew’s picture and one that’s a profile of us and our housing choices. The online article linked to my blog, so, welcome new readers!
Matthew Holmes and Jessica Dickinson Goodman in the Seattle Times, [...]