Tag Archives: 2016 Election

365, 6: day 99

Santa Monica I was really sad to miss the Women’s March today, but I’d made other commitments before realizing how upset I would be. I had a great day otherwise – we went hiking with my cousin and his girlfriend, … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 98

Los Angeles Today was rainy, which would’ve felt appropriate if I didn’t like the rain so much. Everyone at work was out of sorts, but I suppose there was a nice solidarity in being around like-minded people. In that weird … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 30

Los Angeles My friend spent the night and we had a nice, quiet morning at home. When she left, I finally had some quiet alone time since the election, which involved reading lots of articles and listening to the new … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 28

Los Angeles I went hiking this morning, which is always a good way to clear my head, and this view at the top that was a little too on point. My friend and I meant to revive Twin Peaks viewing, … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 27

Beverly Hills I ran around like a crazy person, again, today. And, again, it’s nice to have a distraction because it all seems unbelievable. I also started watching Atlanta tonight, reminded by this article, and really enjoyed the first two … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 26

Los Angeles I put this tablecloth out yesterday morning, and it just depressed me today. I was glad to have routine, a busy day at work, thoughtful discussions with coworkers, a long phone conversation with my mom, food brought in … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 25

Los Angeles I started the day full of the excited energy I always get around the political process, which not even a 40 minute line at the polling place could dampen. We decided to stay home to watch the results, … Continue reading

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