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Dedication & Art Installation at the Ballard Boys & Girls Club

After all the hard work, the new art garden and parklet are finally ready to be enjoyed by the community.

Last week we held a dedication ceremony attended by Swansons, Curator PR, the Ballard Chamber of Commerce, local Press and, most importantly, kids, staff and families of the Boys & Girls Club. 316 more words

Kids

In which there was a bonfire

This will be a quick post, mostly because I want the pictures up because I love them so. A few weeks ago, Jeff and I went camping and it was horrible and rained, 343 more words

Seattle

64/365 Back to Basics

Its been awhile since I last practiced.

I signed up for an intro series to give me some refresher. I was excited and a bit anxious since, i think, it maybe late 2012 since the last time I practiced. 106 more words

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AYE AYE AYE AYE AYEEEE

It’s always a good time for Mexican! Mexican is my go to food to get when I’m hungry, too lazy to make food or just wanting some Mexican. 448 more words

Food

July 22, 2014 Summer Bounty at the Farmer's Market

Hey there! I started naming my specific blog posts, kind of like chapters. I spent way too many minutes trying to figure out if and where the apostrophe belongs in farmers market. 273 more words

#seattle

Mayor Ballard traveling to Washington D.C. to discuss youth violence

By Michael Henrich

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 21, 2014) — Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is traveling to Washington, D.C., Monday to address the topic of youth violence. 237 more words

News

Stoup Brewing

The Ballard breweries just keep coming. Will nothing stop them?! I can only hope that no, nothing will. For about two months Stoup Brewing was the newest Ballard brewery, but then another one opened. 338 more words

Washington