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Tag: Jill Zeller

Duck Eggs

Originally published May, 2020 The highlight of our Saturday morning is going to the Albany Farmer’s Market to buy duck eggs. I didn’t think I

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From Hospital to Clarion

Originally published April 2019 I’m packing. Retirement is coming up fast. Someone asked me, “How do you feel about retiring?” and I answered, “I don’t

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Dodged That Bullet

Originally published September 2020 Today it’s a two-dog, one-cat writing space. Outside blessedly cool coastal clouds ward off, with magical signage, the 90-plus days before

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Food Wars

Originally published January 2019 I recently listened to a lively call-in show on which experts (dieticians) and callers (complainers) discussed food politics. Among the many

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More Noise Please

Originally published June, 2019, Tukwila, Washington It’s the color of chocolate milk, with a glint of pale green, like mint streaks in the chocolate. On

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A Couch for a Cat

Originally published February 2020 Today we brought home a new couch from Ikea. It’s one of those pert little foldout day bed types, ridiculously easy

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Catching Change

Originally published September, 2018 The local radio station in Seattle is playing in rotation a song called “Gold Rush”. While the band, Death Cab for

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