I come from a family of seven,
Being the oldest child
Of all my Siblings.
I may not have been the most wild,
But I set a path for them to see.
Our ranks have thinned, over the years
And we are fewer in numbers.
Losing a brother, at the age of two.
Our younger brother, his name is Steve
He was the second sibling to leave
At the young age of fifty-eight.
A life of abuse of his body to ruin,
Never to recover his own failings.
His many children do live on
And his memory will always be
In my heart for eternity.
Miss you little brother's.
I come from a family of seven,
Ladies, are you looking for a fun night out with friends!?
You are invited to women's bunco at Marysville Foursquare Church on the first Saturday of each month at 6:00 pm! oin us for the 1st This event is loaded with fun, laughter and a friendly game of bunco!
Don't know how to play? No worries, it's easy to learn!
Cost is $5 at the door. Bring an appetizer or dessert to share and be sure to tell your family and friends! (14+ and older please.)
Unfortunately, no childcare is available at this time.
Address: 11911 State Ave, Marysville, Washington 98271
Come check out this awesome free summer soncert series on Friday evenings at 6:00 pm! These concerts are family friendly so be sure to bring your kiddos along! Tell your friends!
Address: 14th St, Anacortes, Washington 98221
I found myself growing short
in my answers to the questions,
I heard over and over again.
Repetitious, as she doesn't recall,
what I told her a few moments ago.
I realized that I cannot be short
with my reply to her questions.
What if these are the last conversations
I need to treasure all my discussions,
as the precious moments they are.
I love you, my dearest one.
We weren't an "outdoorsy family." My mom, always said, “Camping is one bathroom and slow room service."
So while I grew up hunting with my dad and building forts in the backyard, my childhood was spent with easy access to a shower and a soft bed.
But the older I've grown, the more I've learned to love the outdoors. The more I relish nature. It's a passion I can't wait to share with this little girl and continue to foster in myself.
A huge shoutout to Rachel Zupke for letting a novice hiker tag along and for introducing me to the amazing Brenda Ulinski — who graciously captured the pictures in this piece. You two fill my heart with joy. I can't wait to hit the trail with you again, perhaps with a little friend!
The Skagit County Master Composter/Recycler Program offers free workshops throughout spring and fall.
Learn to turn yard and garden debris, even kitchen food scraps, into rich, soil amending compost for your lawn and garden. Compost helps break up clay soils, drain and retain water, and feed your soils naturally over the long term. Troubleshooting questions welcome!
Meet in the main outdoor pavilion at the WSU Discovery Garden. All clinics are FREE and open to the public. Clinics will be held rain or shine, so bring your gardening attire and dress for the weather!
When: Tuedays, September 10th and October 8th, 2019 at 5:30 pm.
Address: 16650 State Route 536 Mount Vernon, WA 98273