In 2014, 120 children across 34 states were stricken with mysterious muscle weakness. Another wave hit in 2016 with 149 kids affected in 39 states. So far this year there have been 127 cases in 22 states reported, but the actual number may be higher. As parents and health care workers, we need to pay…Read more »
My husband and daughter delight in decorating our yard each year for Halloween. This year, they also put costumes on our dogs.
This recipe enhances natural highlights. You will need these ingredients: 1 1/4 quarts of water 1 cup chamomile flowers 1/4 cup calendula flowers 1/2 tsp. extra virgin olive oil 1 ounce lemon juice 5 drops lavender essential oil In a pot add the water and flowers. Simmer for 15 minutes. Mash the flowers in the…Read more »
I was so glad I had read in Sunday’s paper about the latest scam about social security and Medicare. I received one of those emails saying there was a glitch in my social security. Social security will not and does not email you like that. If you place your mouse over the email address it…Read more »
We’ve all heard, make yourself large and make noise, when we encounter a bear or a cougar, but what if that doesn’t work? And progress taking away the forest lands and areas where wildlife roam doesn’t help the situation. Is it a surprise the wildlife have encroached in our backyards? Cougars are the most efficient…Read more »
I drove up to Leavenworth area for the Autumnfest. The Aspin trees were so beautiful in their gold colors. Even though there had been numerous forest fires this past summer, the undergrowth of the trees were striking in reds and yellows. I bought a box of Barlett pears that were perfect in sweetness and a…Read more »
As a child, I used to go on field trips to Green Lake in north Seattle. I always thought the water had a strange smell and the bottom of the lake felt yucky to my feet. My eyes popped out when I saw this little article about Green Lake today in the NW Prime Time…Read more »