It’s Not Easy Being Green

My favorite Muppet, Kermit, said it best: “It’s not easy being green.” Like any good mom, I try to lead my family down the do-the-right-thing path as we go about our suburban lives. This includes adopting environmentally friendly habits as I try to instill a leave-no-trace mentality in my family. Let’s just say they’re about… Read More

Of Superheroes and Princesses

A quick scan of any preschoolers’ bedroom reveals a magical realm of characters and creatures. If play is the work of childhood, then most kids toil industriously, extrapolating meaning from the world around them as they inhabit their heroes’ identities. Their world of make believe is enchanting. So enchanting in fact, that it can lead… Read More

Minors and Wrongful Death

Through my clients, I am able to feel the justices, and injustices, of the statutory scheme that make up Washington’s laws that both compensate injured victims and hold accountable those responsible for the injuries to those victims. Nothing stands more blatantly unjust than the laws governing the wrongful death of a child. The statutory scheme… Read More