Monthly Archives: February 2019

Snowpocalypse part 3: Disclaimer

  I can already hear the smirking responses!  To those of you readers who live in snowy climates (I’m looking at you, Canadians, Mid-Westerners, and East-Coasters!), I recognize that 1 foot doesn’t seem like an extraordinary event, in and of itself.  … Continue reading

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Snowpocalypse Update

Well, we are 48+ hours into the Snowpocalypse, and boy does it not disappoint!  So far, we have accumulated over 1 foot of snow, and there’s supposedly more to come.  Apparently, this is already the most snow Seattle has gotten … Continue reading

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The Snowpocalypse is upon us

Flakes are falling, beautifully, lightly on Seattle right now. It’s supposed to be the biggest snow we’ve had in decades… ur we will see how true that turns out to be. You know, it’s funny… this blog began, some 7 … Continue reading

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Breakout Day for some Learning Ski-ers

  Tim called it a “breakout day” of skiing with Abigail and Evelyn.    It was a breakout because, up to this day,  his girls had been generally unenthusiastic attitude about  skiing. In the previous winter,  Abigail got to be comfortable … Continue reading

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Double date Night: Escape Room

D&C got us an “experience present” for Christmas this year: an Escape Room night. I had never heard of such a thing before I opened up the present… Our night involved King Arthur, Sir Galahad, and the Quest for the … Continue reading

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