Sometimes it’s hard to fathom how people can be so clueless in dry areas during the summer. While we haven’at hd a whole lot of human-caused fires locally so far this year, the potential certainly is there.
I was happy to learn, for the sake of 5-year-old boys everywhere, that Tyrannosaurus rex remains the bad boy of the dinosaur world.
It’s time to pawn off all those unwanted zucchinis
Every day seems to have a special name attached to it.
Chirping cricket brings memories
A few nights ago, we heard a cricket chirping loudly and figured it must’ve gotten in the house somehow.
Children’s taste buds must have changed a lot, even in the past 15 or so years since our son was young.
I have an addiction, but I’ve been able to suppress it for several years without the help of counseling or a 12-step program. Even so, I still have a “stash” in the house, hidden in drawers, plastic tubs, closets and boxes.
Adventures fly with critters let loose
Cats can get into the stickiest situations. Years ago, when I was in junior high or high school, our cat was a great trophy hunter. He’d catch birds, mice, moles, flying squirrels and, occasionally, a weasel.
Years ago, as I was nearing my own high school graduation, a friend of my mother’s sent me one of those tiny gift books filled with sentimental quotes.
It’s yard sale season and even if we don’t manage to get it together enough to have a sale of our own, there should be no excuse for not contributing to someone else’s sale.
College graduates have elevated mortarboard decorating to a fine art. Last Saturday’s commencement ceremonies at Washington State University gave a glimpse of just how intricately embellished those square caps can become.