Category Archives: serendipity

Rippling Forward

A few posts ago, I spoke of serendipity, and the role it played in my becoming Mayor of Bellingham.  Over the past weekend serendipity struck again.  I spent the weekend in Hoquiam, Washington.  The weekend away was to take some time … Continue reading

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Serendipity, or Being Open to Linpossibilities

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve recognized that opportunities knock all the time.  Problem is, we often choose to close the door.  I can look back in my own life and recognize in hindsight that another choice might have been better, … Continue reading

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