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Notes from Home: Vietnam

By Trudy Wischemann Some of the news this weekend focused on the word “divisive,” referring to Donald Trump’s leadership style. It ranged from the NFL’s rebuttal to Trump’s criticism of their leadership, to the study session Oprah conducted in Michigan for 60 Minutes, which magnified the dividedness of the country across regions, classes and occupations, […]

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Notes from Home: Leaving Dunsmuir

By Trudy Wischemann  It wasn’t easy leaving Dunsmuir, but it was time. The crisis in my brother’s life had downgraded to a tropical storm and my own life was calling me back. Respectful of the distance yet mindful of the responsibilities I’d left behind, I said my goodbyes, packed the car and started home. For […]

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Notes from Home: Away from Home

By Trudy Wischemann I’ve been away from home for a week, visiting my brother in Dunsmuir, Calif., population 1,600. My memories of this place are few, mostly as a stopover between Washington and California. I’ve driven by it many times, and seen it once from an Amtrak window at night, draped in snow. But Dunsmuir […]

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