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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
It was my turn to drive to Seattle. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) posted notices everywhere the interstate would narrow from four lanes down to two. Thinking I was clever, I left a full hour earlier than normal … 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
Let’s just agree that I have some of the most fantastic friends in the world. Earlier this year I spent a lot of time in the hospital with various family members—surgeries, cancer treatments, heart valve replacements. It’s been a rough … Continue reading
This is one of those signs from above that says it all. Enjoy the rest of your Septic Smart Week. I know the good people of Sequim (pronounced sk’wim, rhymes with swim) will be joining you. Ciao, Fannie Save
Buried deep within the Festival of Trees in Tacoma, Washington, a gown to go with Cinderella’s glass slippers for the Holiday Ball. This elegant re-imagination of a Christmas tree sent my imagination down a dark back road to Oz. Cinderella … Continue reading