Sarah Glenn

Never stop exploring

Transition and the toaster

We were moving in three weeks and items were slowly being sold off one by one. The first real, bittersweet casualty was the toaster. That magical device that gave our rushed mornings so many easy breakfasts and our bread a golden hue. OK, maybe I am over-romanticizing the toaster. But being forced to fit your […]

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Rambling on Gas

As my total ticked up at the pump, a nervous laugh escaped my lips. This rinky dink, ramshackle gas station thought they were going to get me, a red-blooded American, to pay $80 US to fill an 11-gallon tank. Then the nervous laugh melted into a humbling realization. Most of the civilized world pays more […]

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