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I love creative yard art. I delve in it every October. Speaking of yard art, our local high school does a fundraiser every year taking people’s yards hostage with a flamingo invasion. The lucky yard-owner pays a fee to have … Continue reading
Sometimes we must seize the moment if not the entire day. An accident forced my better half and I off the interstate one morning. We cut through the town of Steilacoom, Washington, on our way back to the office. A … Continue reading
Some of the benefits of carpooling: Saves Money Reduced Emissions Reduced Stress Time with Friends Getting the money shot with your really old smart phone at a major intersection of your home town at sunset when everyone else is gripping … Continue reading
Despite epic wind storms, snow, rain and hail, this hearty Chinese Lantern’s seed pods survived the maelstrom winter threw at it. I can’t wait to see what it has in store for spring.
In my small town we support a YMCA. Three years ago one of the janitors fed me a gym secret. I’m going to share . . . again. * * * We’ve all done it, made a resolution. January 1st, … Continue reading
On the eve of Punxsutawney Phil’s unveiling to deliver the news of an anticipated early spring, if we look at an orange in snow today and it casts a shadow, does that mean six more weeks of winter? I see … Continue reading