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An Unexpected Gift

On Friday I arrived in Ellensburg to house sit for my aunt for a week, my first vacation in two years. The normally two hour drive ended up taking just under four hours, and today’s post was going to be about an unplanned sidetrip to Snoqualmie while attempting to avoid part of a hideous traffic jam on I-90. 611 more words


JFK at 100: Trump comparisons fuel nostalgia for 'Camelot'

The 35th US president’s legacy remains questionable, but his latest successor’s travails makes many yearn for a more eloquent leader

On 14 June 1956, then-senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy delivered the commencement speech at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1,842 more words


Playing catch up

I’ve been up to a lot and I realized I really want to post all the places I’ve been eating, visiting, the food I’ve been making, and things I’ve been doing…I especially want to show love for my hometown, Seattle, and some great restaurants it has. 86 more words



Thank you for joining us for some WA Fire Activity Updates.  Here is the CAD activity report for Sunday, May 28th. – May you all be safe out there. 134 more words


Short Book Reviews (April)

Music History by Andrew Sullivan

Music history is a book written for an audience that wishes to discover the truth about its history. It is an excellent book, in my opinion, for music teachers, music institutes and universities that teach music as an introduction to their pupils… 41 more words

Psychology & Self Help

Vancouver 18-year-old drowns in Lacamas Lake

CLARK CO., Wash. (KOIN) — An 18-year-old Vancouver man reportedly drowned while swimming in Lacamas Lake on Saturday, Camas Police Dept. said.

Officers were sent to the lake around 4:30 p.m. 121 more words