On a chilly but sunny March morning, twenty-three Mill Creek Garden Club members hopped into carpools for the short drive down I-5 to the Kruckeberg Botanic Garden in Shoreline. Nestled in a wooded residential area, this garden is a bit of an undiscovered natural gem.
I got to thinking about competition after watching two different TV series on Netflix. One was about a bunch of women working in a real estate office selling pricey homes in the Hollywood Hills. The second was about a group of video TV stringers selling their spontaneously filmed videos about overnight news.
Members of Friends of the Mill Creek Library joined other “Friends” groups at the annual Board and Friends Forum of the Sno-Isle Library System held at the Everett School District Administrative Offices in Everett on March 9th.
For those of you following my Facebook page, each day you can see additional progress being made to the house we are building just down the street from our current home. What has been of tremendous interest to me (as an actual engineer) are all the little tricks gained through the school of hard knocks.
Our dog of the week Oreo is a high-spirited eleven-month-old lab mix waiting for her new family to come whisk her away to a life of adventure and fun. Hiking, running, playing, exploring…this girl is up for it all!
At about 12 years young our darling cat of the week Rosie is ready to add her magic to your life. She’s the perfect mix of affectionate and spunky. When she’s not keeping your lap warm, she’s playing with toys and will put her athleticism on full display.
My first order of action this time of year is to get my raised beds ready for planting. Due to the highly organic nature of my soil, I have very few weeds and the ones that dared to germinate last fall are very easy to pull out.