Styx Degrees of Separation

The other night I was surfing the web and had ‘Bizarre Foods Seattle’ on the TV. I was paying more attention to the computer than the show, but since I used to live in Seattle, I was glancing at it from time to time.

Toward the end of the episode, Andrew Zimmern was interacting with a girl who looked familiar. I realized that she was my old friend, Melanie, one of my ex-wife’s best friends. That brought back the memory of who her father is. His name is Chris Hopkins. He’s an artist. You may be familiar with some of his work.

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