Why I love spring

Early wildflower sightings and talks of the irrigation canals filling can only mean one thing – spring has come to the valley. I’m an autumn and winter girl at heart. There’s nothing more beautiful than leaves turning, warm fleeces coming out from storage, and the snowshoes finding their way out of the garage. The valley […]

What’s happening? Your weekly events post

Still making your family’s weekend plans? We can help. Friday is Healthy Kids Day at the YMCA. The Mariachi Northwest Festival is Friday at the Town Toyota Center. Come to the Wenatchee Public Library on Friday for Family-Friendly Board Game Friday. On Saturday, local mom and fitness coach Ali Wells is hosting a family fitness class. It’s the season-opener […]

Vulnerability, connection and love

If you’re looking for inspiration, a way to connect with your kids and teach them all the good things, “The Power of Vulnerability” By Brene Brown is a must-read. If you aren’t the reading kind, check out her Ted Talk on this topic. If you’re more of a bullet, get to the point kind of […]

What’s happening? Your weekly events post

Happy Thursday! What’s everybody up to this weekend? If you’re still making your plans, read on for a big list of local events: The WHS musical, “The Wedding Singer,” runs through this Saturday. Eastmont’s musical, “Little Women,” opens today. The Wenatchee Junior Service League’s My Girlfriend’s Closet shopping event kicks off with a special preview party today, then opens to the general […]

Spring break at the library

Libraries around North Central Washington are offering several great activities for kids over spring break this year. First — Book-It Repertory Theatre of Seattle will perform the book “Whoosh! Lonnie Johnson’s Super-Soaking Stream of Inventions” at several North Central Regional Library branches during spring break week. The free performance brings to life the children’s book by Chris […]

A little (food) inspiration…

So I have been a bad blogger. Seriously. Baaad. Like if this was my job we would have long since starved because I would have been fired. I admit, I succumbed to the frantic stress of moving, to the endless expectations of the holidays, the dark winter blues and the depressing realization (after getting my […]

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