Monthly Archives: August 2011

Love & Lashings: Part 1 — “Training up” children

My last post in this blog was about 13-year old Ethiopian adoptee Hana Grace-Rose Williams, found dead in her backyard of her Sedro-Woolley home in May this year. In the last week-plus, after we got to know about Hana, K … Continue reading

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Why and how did 13-yr old Ethiopian adoptee Hana Williams die? A vigil and questions

This evening K and I went with our friends to a candlelight vigil and remembrance for 13-year-old Hana Grace-Rose Williams. Hana, born in Ethiopia, was adopted into a Sedro-Woolley home in Aug. 2008, along with her younger brother. She was found … Continue reading

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Carolina Chocolate Drops – Great Musical ZooTunes evening

Last week K and I got to hear a Grammy winning group, Carolina Chocolate Drops, an old time string band from North Carolina.  This band started as a three-member band, with Rhiannon Giddens (banjo, vocals, fiddle, kazoo), Dom Flemons (banjo, guitar, … Continue reading

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