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Alisa Tangredi

I actually feel exactly that way about that place.

Kate Kraay

This house was such a friend to me when I lived there.

Paul Mullin

Alisa and Kate, I'm so glad you both said something.

Michael Doyle

Find the edge of tidal water--God hangs out there when no one is looking. Or in a pea seed as you tuck it into the earth. Or in the eyes of anything conscious of the moment.

(You went and ruined my first read with your "magics" nonsense. Lord, you're exasperating.)

Paul Mullin

Thanks, Doyle. You certainly have made me, in recent years, really slow down at the water's edge and enjoy all the amazement there. I look forward to the day when you come out here and really walk me through all that is to be seen, heard, smelled and tasted in the Puget Sound.

And sorry about last night. I am the first to admit that my prolonged arguments about whether "magic" could be formed as a plural was just one in a long line of examples where I use the internets for less than healthy purposes.

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