The View from a Drawbridge

The random musings of a bridgetender with entirely too much time on her hands.

I love small town museums. Every city surely has something to be proud of, and often something to be ashamed of. These museums highlight these things. I’ve never been in one that didn’t teach me something fascinating. I had been passing the Renton History Museum for months. The building itself intrigued me, with its Art …

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Have you ever looked back at your past and not recognized yourself? As in, “Why the hell did I do that?” “What was I thinking?” “Why did I make that choice?” “How stupid was I?” That’s perfectly natural. Because, here’s a concept: You are the best version of yourself right this very minute. I guarantee …

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I can’t even begin to tell you how happy I am that I’m not who I was as a teenager. Sure, I have many things in common with that girl, but frankly I don’t think I’d want to be stuck on an elevator with her. She was so dramatic it exhausts me to think about …

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