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June can be a doozy of a month in the Northwest.
For many, it’s the last month of school. That last, winding road on a long stretch of learning.
For others, it means summer Fridays …
Can I sleep in? Is it spring yet? Is the sun out?
These are just some of the questions I’ve been asking myself since losing that extra hour to daylight savings time.
I’m totally OK with …
For as long as I can remember, my brothers and I have taken Santa pictures for our mom.
When we were younger, they were pretty traditional: mom dressed us in coordinating colors, I …
I think it’d be safe to say that at one point or another, we’ve all had to deal with a family member who decided, this year, we’re going to try something new …
If you couldn’t tell from the photo above, I am a huge fan of the month of October (for several reasons).
A person of the fair-skinned variety, I live for fall in the Pacific Northwest. …
I know I’ve said this about every month thus far, but in all seriousness, September is my favorite.
Having recently escaped the school schedule (OK, it’s been a year, but I still wake up …
Oh what a crazy summer it has been.
We’ve had rain. We’ve had hail. We even had some sun (I know, shocking).
And now summer on the Eastside is coming to a close.
But before we tuck …
It’s what I’ve been experiencing over the last 30 days. Between the tragedy that struck Seattle and the Eastside a few weeks ago, and the crummy weather that’s been keeping me indoors, I’ve …
For me, summertime in Washington means a lot of things: flip-flops, trips to the beach, camping in the woods – a glimpse of sun. It also means summer concerts.
An avid music fan, I …
Every kid probably grows up wanting to be superhero. Whether it’s trying to be Superman or Supergirl, we all want to be better at something than anyone else.
Of course, we finally realize that …