being a mixed girl is hard every race dislikes you for different opposite ridiculous reasons I'm too quiet uppity and a know it all in the hood I'm too traumatized loud and scary for my white liberal friends my native friends just look at me sideways because they have the best manners they all ghost … Continue reading Being a Mixed Girl
Seasons of Cascadia The mist begins to lift from both forest and sea. An occasional ray of sunshine peeks over My Rainier. A lenticular cloud hovers over the mountain, freaking out everyone but the locals. Cherry blossoms bloom. It's the fabled socks and sandals weather complete with vernal rainbows. For the first time in 8 … Continue reading Seasonal Cascadian Migrations
Giraffe, Beaver, or Moose? After seven months of intense fighting, the beaver has emerged as the final non-human mammal to populate the earth. Despite its diminutive size and somewhat awkward gait, the beaver proved too flexible an opponent for one-trick ponies such as the moose, the giraffe and, indeed, the pony (trick unavailable at press … Continue reading Giraffe, beaver, or moose?