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The Weekly Edit: A Stressless Wedding

When Kyle and I decided to get married, there was only one thing that I knew I wanted: to get married in Whitefish, MT.  During the hardest times of my life, it has been the place where I sought refuge.  I was there when Kyle and I first started chatting on Tinder, and it’s where we’ve gone for nearly every Labor Day weekend since we …

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The Weekly Edit: Step Into the Fire

The Governor has still not signed “my” bill into law.  He signed Hanna’s Act, a bill that provides long term support for missing Tribal women, but LINC (SB 312) , a first-day solution to file missing person’s reports and coordinate searches, lingers.  The rumor is that he doesn’t plan to sign it, just let it sit in a drawer til it becomes law on the 11th day.

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The Weekly Edit: When It’s Over

And we’re back. My Mom and I drove back to Spokane this weekend, where I got the first look at what my eight-month, upper-five-figure remodel hath wrought.  Let’s just say, it isn’t good.  Some things aren’t done.  Several things aren’t done right.  I saw it and cried.  We’ll see where we go from here.  But to think that our former designer sold this to us …

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The Weekly Edit: In the Key of ‘E’

This week was a busy one.  Less than 10-Legislative Days remain in the session, and I am feeling the pressure.  My MacBook is apparently also feeling it because my ‘e’ key is on the fritz.  It engages less than a third of the time on the first try.  Of all the keys to be broken, it must be the most used letter in the English …

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