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Missing Mom

My mom at age 79 participating in a charity race

Life took me to the mall yesterday.  Lunch with an old friend and editor.  Birthdays and baby showers to shop for.  Trips on the horizon so a bit of travel shopping for myself.  When I was done with my errands I slipped into a movie theater and caught a late matinee of the Gary Marshall [...]

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Thanksgiving Things

Rolling out the dough

Happy Thanksgiving Eve, everyone!  I hope you’re happily prepping for the holiday whether that means confirming your reservations at a favorite restaurant or harvesting persimmons to make Aunt Nell’s favorite pudding. Around here we’re baking pies.  Well, truthfully, we’re watching my mom bake pies.  Because that’s the kind of helpful children and grandchildren we are. [...]

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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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    • Enjoyed some holiday fun with @slkmbl in San Francisco today. Started off well when a random stranger stopped us to tell us we were “glowing,” followed by lunch at the festive Zuni Cafe, some confectionary and ornament shopping, a mad dash down Market St. after we discovered we were at the wrong theater, a charming matinee of “A Bronx Tale”, seats on BART (both ways!) and a dramatic SF skyline sunset view when we stepped off the train. (A bird did poop all over the car in the lot but otherwise) still feeling the glow. #sisters