Allison grew up on the east side of Wauwatosa, and now is a music teacher who lives on the west side of Tosa with her husband Nick. She enjoys working with a couple local non-profits, playing out with her wind quintet, listening to live music, attending arts events, baking, cycling, and wine.
If there was a gift I could ask for, regarding our town, it certainly would be to go a day without a new traffic pattern, being caught behind a bulldozer or other construction equipment, or even just waiting in construction traffic. Wouldn't that feel like a holiday.
You may recall this post from earlier in the year... well, my friends, I'll be logging back on. Not because I want to. Not because I like it. But because it is unavoidable.
It was an affair that lasted eight years - beginning while I was in college. But, it has come to an end... and it is time for me to move on.
When we moved over to the west side of Tosa earlier this year, from over yonder out east, we knew it would be a bit of a culture shock, per se. Many people have referred to our new neighborhood as "out in the country," "the boonies," etc. My response is usually "you call being in walking distance of Highway 100 being 'out in the country?'"