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MommaTama's Meanderings

Just the musings of one Educator/ Psychologist

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Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska

When the bloodsucker finished leeching me today at the doc’s office, Murphy and I decided to go for a drive out the road. I don’t take as many opportunities to do this as I should. She’s a two-year old Shiba... Continue Reading →

Happy Belated Birthday USCG!!

Wow - you were 227 years old yesterday and I totally forgot to congratulate you. And you were such a HUMUNGEOUS part of my life!! From 1969 until 1991 I carried around an orange card from you that came with... Continue Reading →

Snakes and I have a history

I think the one that clinched my snake phobia was the one that almost landed in my lap. For those of you unaware of the niceties of snake patterns, a Coral snake and a King snake look very similar. The... Continue Reading →

Everyone knows everyone in Alaska, right?

When we are young, our friendships tend to be based on close proximity. Who lives next door and who are parents' friends are for example. This doesn't really change as we age. Proximity is still one of the most important factors in choosing our friends. What does change is how we become exposed to them. We create our own proximity in the choices we make

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