I had the delight of visiting this Italian Restaurant in Canyon Park. To my pleasant surprise, Grazie Ristorante had a very fresh and tasty caprese, a traditional Italian dish comprised of tomatoes, mozzarella, basil, olive oil, and vinegar.
Our dog of the week Ziva is an A+ student. As smart as they come! This bright gal knows a whole bunch of tricks and is ready to learn a whole bunch more! Think of all the neat stuff you could teach her.
On Thursday, January 17th, Snohomish County Fire District 7 firefighters made a special delivery to floor eight at the Burn Center at Harborview Medical Center. They had pooled together enough money to purchase not one, but two fire engines for the kids there.
Getting out in the garden and breathing the fresh air, even if it is only 45 degrees, working the various muscle groups, and observing what is happening with the plants is such a rewarding experience that I can’t help but feel sorry for those that don’t even know what they are missing.
Our cat of the week Lilah is a petite ten year old Persian mix with the most beautiful grey and orange coat. This gal is calm and quiet, and looking for someone to cuddle her and show her true love. She will give it right back!
Looking to award monies raised by the successful 2018 Mill Creek Garden Tour,Mill Creek Garden Club Grant Chair Kathi Zehner contacted the Hope Creek Charitable Foundation Board to inquire if they had any needs for their Community Care Garden.
According to Ayurveda, we are a reflection of nature and therefore the seasons have a huge impact on our state of wellbeing – mind, body and emotions. Winter is considered a time of reflection, deep receptivity, and a time of building vitality.
A recent story about the Kroger supermarket group (Fred Meyer, QFC, Ralphs - California mostly, many others) testing high tech shopping is quite interesting. About 94% of Kroger revenue comes from food stores, so this announcement is a really big deal.