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Earthquake

Crack from a previous quake?

Yesterday I woke up in the early a.m. dark because my bed was shaking.  Actually, not just my bed, I realized, but the whole room.  Eyes wide open now, I recognized that it wasn’t just my room but my entire house that was shuddering in the night. “Earthquake!” I elbowed M.J. awake. “Earthquake!” He stumbled [...]

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Kathryn Pritchett

writes about Things Elemental — where we find shelter, why we connect, what sustains us and how we strut our stuff.

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    • One thing we hoped to do once these two moved to LA was pop down for a quick visit on a moment’s notice. Which we did this weekend. Thanks @sydneypritchett and @dancusworth for giving us such a delightful tour of your Silverlake neighborhood highlights including Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Hollyhock House.” (And yes, that is both the Hollywood sign and the Griffith Observatory in the background—note the relatively clear skies!)