Linda Wilshusen writes this blog in an attempt to reign in ever-present anxiety about where things are headed on the home planet. During the process of sharing information from the sometimes surprising, always amazing, & (occasionally) soothing offerings of science, she frequently stumbles upon ‘ah ha’ moments about our community of human primates, everyday life, & omg!, even herself.
Linda lives and walks around daily in Live Oak, an anachronistic unincorporated urban community in Santa Cruz, California. She worked as a planner for over 35 years, & somehow managed to survive her tenure as executive director of the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission, 1985-2005. She has a degree in Anthropology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, & especially enjoys discussing planetary orbits & the silly habits of great apes with her grandson Dante. A happily-compulsive (but slightly masochistic) doer, she currently sits on the Santa Cruz City Water Commission representing non-City customers.
Notes about navigating my blog site: themes are listed across the top & along the side – click on any of these to find related posts from 2012 to the present. Here’s a link to a few research papers I’ve written.
I’m enjoying reading your blog.
I got an email this week about our fiftieth reunion which made me think about my old friends. I found you by googling your name.
I hope al is well with you and your family.
Hilary Hutchinson Grant
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Hi Linda. I am Barbara Möllmann the sister of kalle I lived in your Home in 1971 with a friend I have a son urs living in California for 11 years now he lives in San Francisco with his Chinese wive and little Konrad two weeks ago they went to Santa Cruz and i told them I have been there. Today I found you in the internet.
That is way I am writing I hope you are fine Liebe Grüße aus Detmold