I found this advice in an old cookbook and thought I would share it. It’s called, How to Preserve a Husband. Be careful in your selection. Do not choose too young and take only such varieties as have been reared in a good, moral atmosphere. When once decided upon and selected, let that part remain…Read more »
This trusting soul visited my backyard this morning. I sure was surprised!
Pt. Defiance is a 760-acre park in Tacoma, WA that includes a zoo with two aquariums, beach access, jogging trails, and beautiful gardens. It began as a military reservation with Ft. Nisqually at one point. In 1888, President Grover Cleveland authorized the land to be used as a public park. The rose garden has an…Read more »
Mt. Rainer at sunset over the waterfront.
I visited the town of Black Diamond, WA. It’s an old coal mining town. It’s a great country-styled town with a bakery, smoked meat shop, a great antique shop, and a historical museum. A little bit of history for you: In the early 1880’s, the Black Diamond Coal CO. of CA was depleting its supplies…Read more »
May is many things from May Day to Mother’s Day, but it is also the month of Mary, the Blessed Virgin. I recently visited the Calvary Cemetery where my grandparents are buried and discovered a new statue across from them. It is so pure and beautiful that I had to share it.
Did you know the Tulalip tribes gave 2 million dollars for research to the Stanford University for studies using pot for treatments? One study involves using THC and CBD to treat heroin and opioid addiction. In my opinion, it sounds like trading one addiction for another. The other study is aimed at Alzheimer’s. Really? It’s…Read more »