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Friday, January 13, 2012
Today, after lengthy negotiations, I agreed to move back to Washington.
But not to my former house in Mount Vernon. It was sold in 2003. A sale which cut my last physical connection to Washington.
I will be moving to a house in Tacoma.
I like Tacoma.
There may be a person, or two, in Tacoma, who I don't like, but I like the town.
I am agreeing to move back to Washington for a year. So, Texas is not totally rid of me. At least I think that is the case. And even if Texas was rid of me, it is easy to keep an Eye on Texas from afar, what with our modern communication devices.
I like the idea of spending a year in Washington, after all this time away. Elsie Hotpepper can fly in for a visit. Elsie Hotpepper has never been to the Pacific Northwest. It would be amusing to cause Elsie Hotpepper some culture shock. Elsie does not like it when the earth moves unexpectedly.