Seattle Homecoming

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Show Notes

In this episode, Nicnac reports from Seattle where they are experiencing a very potent mix of old memories and new experiences with their partner after enduring a harrowing Greyhound bus trip from hell. They remind both themselves and their listeners of the importance of connection and the solace and safety the right connection can offer in the face of the harsh outside world.

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The music is The Fools Guide by Anthony Rotunno and, of course, Catch Me If You Can by Attica Attica

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