THANK YOU so much, darling Pacheco!! We try to return the kindness that so many have shown us. This world can be so full of hate that we’d like to...
Oh dear! (And no creeper-vibe detected, I like knowing these things, and my sister looks 0% like me in every way and doesn’t share my last name, so no one would recognize her in Anchorage.)
My wife and I live in Clintonville, which is a stone’s throw away from Columbus’ Campus. My sisters (and the maternal side of my family) actually do live in Anchorage, too. I went to High School at East Anchorage briefly (before being diagnosed) and usually hung with the “punk” crowd up there. My wife and I lived in Wasilla for a couple years after we met, but that’s out in the boonies (although… maybe not any longer, seeing as how Wal-Mart destroys small towns like that).
I love meeting people who have lived/do live where I used to! It’s such a nice connection. Do you ever go to Kaladi Bros. Cafe on Brayton? If not, I recommend it - I used to sing at their live-mic nights and it’s a very old time-y, laid-back establishment, in my eyes.
There are a lot of bees here. Huh.