For those of you who attended college, what you are about to read should be somewhat familiar. For those who didn’t attend college (and I mean sleep away college, not a local college to which you commute), what you are about to read will seem like something from another planet.
As cute as can be, that’s our dog of the week Hooch! This six year old terrier mix is as adorable as they come. And not only does looking at him make you smile, but being around him will make you absolutely ecstatic.
Our cat of the week Serena will make your life much more serene. This eight year old beauty is ready to keep your lap warm and your heart full. She’s as gentle and kind as they come, and can’t wait to meet her new family.
Most of us know that taking care of ourselves involves eating whole foods, maintaining a daily rhythm that includes adequate sleep, staying hydrated, exercising and doing some kind of self-care ritual on a regular basis. But self-care and happiness actually involve a lot more than just the physical stuff.
We’ve had over five inches of snow (down on the Sound in Edmonds, where we now live) and very cold temperatures for the past few days. Mill Creek got over seven inches. Everett got just over a foot of it. And more snow is on the way.
The non-profit Pregnancy Resource Center recently met nationally recognized standards for quality health care through a rigorous on-site survey process helping the organization improve its free-of-charge services, which include pregnancy testing, limited obstetric ultrasounds, and health consultation.
When it comes to perennials, the Perennial Plant Association is the place to go when you want to know what is happening in the world of these wonderful plants. One of the things that this association does is to promote certain perennials by declaring a “Perennial Plant of the Year.”
I’m certain that every little boy envisions himself becoming the next Russell Wilson or Tom Brady. I can recall as a young man playing touch football on an empty lot in Brooklyn. It was a very small leap from playing this local game to imagining there you are at the Super Bowl, throwing the winning pass.