Tag Archives: South Dakota


History and the Holidays

Here we are, post-Thanksgiving (in the U.S., at least), and I’m feeling even more grateful than yesterday.

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News and Ruins

New products! I’m now selling greeting cards six to a box, with a mix of color and black & white, for $19.95 plus shipping. Email me to place your order.

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Funerals bring up other feelings in addition to sadness.

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Going Home

My grandma, my mother’s mother and my last living grandparent, died yesterday. She was 93 and passed on peacefully in bed after a good, long life. (This, after my friend’s death last week. Sad.)

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Sioux Falls, SD: Where My Dreams Nearly Came True, or, Maybe It’s Good They Didn’t

(Let me apologize to my mother and fellow feminists for this entire post. My head is hanging in shame as I type. But obviously not so much shame that I won’t share this story. I realize there’s medication for this. On my way to Scamp headquarters in Backus, MN, a South Dakota Highway Patrolman clocked me going 71 in a 65 construction zone.

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