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ONE: Escape to the country(ish)

Hi! For anyone who read my previous blog you’ll notice I wasn’t imaginative enough to come up with one that has a different name and I have switched over to WordPress. 949 more words

Moving House


Music is one of the most important thing to me. Band is my favourite class of all time. While every other class has chaos, band makes sense. 731 more words

Musings on wildlife, continued: February 3.18

They announced themselves in Stravinsky-esque blats over my roof. I rushed to the back door, ready to defend my personal homeland.

And there they were, four monuments to stupidity, clearly dumbfounded and trying not to look embarrassed. 179 more words


Lesson numero uno

In college, I was, shall we say, lazy.  If there was no attendance policy, I attended class as little as possible.  In one of my general ed English classes (mind you I was an English minor), I went to discussion lab exactly twice.  903 more words

Sweet sounds of success for Wolf duo!!

The music is in them.

Coupeville High School seniors Allison Wenzel and Jakobi Baumann combined for three wins Saturday at a San Juan Music Educators Association competition in Bellingham, punching their tickets for state. 211 more words

CHS Wolves

Five Things I Learned About Freelancing After Having A Baby

This week’s Five Things Friday post comes to us from Philadelphia-based French horn freelancer, teacher, and community connector, Kristina Mulholland. Kristina’s is the first post of what we hope will become many on Brass Chicks which provides information for and aims to help women balancing motherhood and brass playing careers. 2,320 more words

Five Things Friday

Frozen in time

Today’s story came out of the blue because about a week ago I stumbled across The Firebird, a narrative by Mariah Mottley in the Tompkins Weekly. 874 more words

Woodsen 101