Katy Bourne

Right Now

POSTED ON June 05, 2020 | POSTED IN: My Blog | One Comment

Like millions of others, I saw the video of George Floyd’s torture and death at the hands of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. I was and am horrified, outraged and heartbroken. One particularly chilling element of this heinous murder was Chauvin’s demeanor throughout the almost nine minute video. He was seemingly unconcerned that his ... Read More

COVID Journals: pain, thoughts & choices

POSTED ON May 26, 2020 | POSTED IN: My Blog | Post A Comment

Hello everyone. I hope this post finds you all healthy and safe. It’s almost June. COVID-19 rages on. Our existential free fall continues. No matter where we look, there are unknowns in every direction. While some parts of the country, for better or worse, are “reopening,” uncertainty stubbornly lingers. We’re collectively uncomfortable. This discomfort may ... Read More

COVID Journals: social distancing

POSTED ON May 13, 2020 | POSTED IN: My Blog | 2 Comments

Social distancing. It’s not that difficult to understand. It’s a set of easy practices that slow or stop the spread of the coronavirus. These include staying home, not physically mingling with people from other households and keeping at least six feet away from others when out in public. On paper, this isn’t at all complicated. ... Read More

COVID Journals: whatever works

POSTED ON May 04, 2020 | POSTED IN: My Blog | 3 Comments

Hello, friends. It’s been awhile. First and foremost, I hope that you and your loved ones are safe and healthy. And if fate has not been kind, may recovery be swift and full. During the initial onset of the pandemic, I was writing regularly. Mostly, I was keeping a personal log of events as they ... Read More

What we take for granted

POSTED ON February 20, 2020 | POSTED IN: My Blog | Post A Comment

On Sunday mornings, I go grocery shopping. It’s my weekly ritual. I roll out of bed, throw on some clothes and head out to Trader Joe’s. I go on the early side to avoid crowds or, more specifically, to avoid fighting for a space in their notoriously small parking lot. My Ford Focus is old ... Read More

Seattle Dragons: My chat with Brock Miller

POSTED ON February 07, 2020 | POSTED IN: My Blog | 4 Comments

The Seattle Dragons is one of eight teams in the new XFL, a professional spring football league that kicks off its season this weekend. On Wednesday morning, I attended a team practice at Memorial Stadium. Afterward, I had the good fortune to hang out with Brock Miller, who told me about life as a punter. ... Read More

Death, dance & glimpses of God

POSTED ON January 29, 2020 | POSTED IN: My Blog | Post A Comment

Aaron Rodgers recently took some heat for remarks he made questioning God and religion. In a December episode of his girlfriend Danica Patrick’s podcast Pretty Intense, he said: “I don’t know how you believe in a God who wants to condemn most of the planet to a fiery hell. What type of loving, sensitive, omnipresent, ... Read More

A Beast Mode Christmas

POSTED ON December 24, 2019 | POSTED IN: My Blog | Post A Comment

Football can rip your heart straight out of your chest and shred it to pieces right in front of your very eyes. This is what Seahawks fans experienced Sunday after the abysmal loss to the Arizona Cardinals. The game was horrible in every way it could be horrible- a flat offense, accentuated by terrible pass ... Read More

Football IQ: my quest to take it higher

POSTED ON October 29, 2019 | POSTED IN: My Blog | Post A Comment

I am a football geek. My goal is to elevate my football IQ to as high as possible in this lifetime. Admittedly, this is an odd pursuit, especially for a middle-aged goober like me. Crochet or shuffleboard would be so much easier, right? And it’s not a life ambition that I’d exactly planned on. In ... Read More

Health Tips for Seahawks Fans

POSTED ON October 07, 2019 | POSTED IN: My Blog | One Comment

The Seattle Seahawks are known for taking their fans on wild rides, but last week’s game against the LA Rams brought it to a whole new level of madness. It had all the elements:  a clunky start, freakish athleticism- from Tyler Lockett’s super catch to Tedric Thompson’s ridiculous interception- on both sides of the ball, ... Read More

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Katy Bourne is a Jazz Singer and Writer.