As I am writing this column on the last days of September it is raining vigorously and I am feeling like fall is definitely in the air. But as you read this in early October the forecasters are predicting a 75 degree weekend so you decide if it is the end of summer or the beginning of fall.
Don’t waste this opportunity to do some last minute tweaking before winter comes to stay.
The word liver has its roots in the Old English word for life, and from what I have discovered this is true. For the last three months I have been taking an incredible women’s herb class with Tera Warner. We have covered a range of topics including menopause, skin health, detoxing, digestion, immune function and weight loss to name a few.
For dog owners and dog lovers alike, Paddywack Pet Store in the Mill Creek Town Center will be hosting their annual Howl-O-Ween “Tricks for Treats” event on Sunday, October 27, 2013, from 2:00 PM until 4:30 PM.
Mill Creek resident Mary Kay Voss and Cowlitz tribe member Dr. Robin LaDue released their co-written book “Totems of September” on September 29, 2013, a historical fiction of personal stories that "examine the events of September 11, 2001 and the aftermath from a non-political viewpoint."
Local resident, Eva Soukalova, is an art director with a background in child education and psychology. She feels strongly that there is a need for kids to be exposed to more art. This was her inspiration to create a magazine for kids called arTree.
Anthony (buff/white) and Adam (buff tabby) are now 15 weeks old and were trapped with their feral mom when they were 8 weeks old. Both are a little shy, but love to be held, purr loudly and both like to touch your nose with their nose.
These two brothers are bonded and would love to be adopted together.
Designing a beautiful garden or just a container requires the same planning. Color, form, line and texture are the basic elements of any good design and they are found in many forms in the plant kingdom.