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I’ve said it before and I’ll continue to say it: I’m not the greatest housekeeper. I have to admit, I’m okay with this state of being, to a point.
I wish I could give advice to parents who struggle with their children’s attitudes, but I really don’t know how I’ve come out with such trouble-free daughters.
Here we are, just a few days into a new year and like every new year, I was wondering about the resolutions I might need to make.
One of my husband’s car club friends mentioned at the club’s holiday dinner that I haven’t thrown my husband under the bus lately.
Doctors from ACCES (A BluePearl Veterinary Partners Hospital) encourage you to consider your pet when setting your New Year’s resolutions for 2015.
Get outdoors and learn about winter ecology snowshoeing on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest January through March.
“So,” she said, “I’m sure glad that’s over.” “Glad what’s over?” I responded, though I suspected I knew what she was talking about. “Christmas!” she exclaimed, “I’m glad Christmas is over.”
Mowich Lake is a popular destination during the summer months. But when winter lays its frozen shroud across the lake, human visitation plummets.
Acting Superintendent Tracy Swartout advises that Mount Rainier has transitioned to winter hours of operation and service.
Much like many of their human counterparts, pets do not always relish winter.
Since launching in November 2013, the Washington State Library/Microsoft IT Academyhas seen a steady increase in enrollees statewide, and is making a powerful impact for thousands of Washingtonians.
While many people might think the lackadaisical lifestyle of the housecat is the epitome of stress-free living, stress can be conveyed in ways often considered to be behavior problems.
The infancy narrative of the Babe born in Bethlehem inspires our hearts to renewed graces of hope and gratitude every year.
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc. (RES Americas) have signed agreements to cooperate on launching an innovative battery storage project in Whatcom County that could pave the way for larger scale efforts in PSE’s service territory.
Where are you finding meaning in Christmas this year?
So, what am I, if all I do is spew “Christianese” and positive rhetoric – all while harboring bitterness toward my wife and enemies? I’m simply a big, fat, Christian facade!
Through the many years I’ve written these columns, I have on occasion, especially during the holiday season – in fact, I suspect, only during the holidays – offered recipes for some of my favorite dishes, drinks and sweets.
I love snow! I love when everything is transformed into the winter wonderland of clean, bright and so quiet you can hear your own thoughts. I just love it.
One can gather considerable evidence and build a pretty sound argument that the income gap between wealthy Americans and the rest of us is greater now than at any other time in the last 100 years – even greater than it was during the Depression or in the early 1900s when Teddy Roosevelt took on the Robber Barons.