Visiting the Pacific Science Center with kids in Seattle and learning about what eats styrofoam

When you worry that styrofoam is taking over the world, stop by the Pacific Science Center in Seattle

February 14, 2018

There are many reasons to visit the Pacific Science Center in Seattle.  Maybe you have kids who like science or you have kids you want to get interested in science (or STEM which seems to be all the buzz word in education right now unless you believe the world is flat and want to remain […]

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Slowing down in the New Year

Warm socks, an Apple Watch and slowing down in the New Year

January 5, 2017

How many days have whizzed by this New Year? I’m trying not to count. This year, I’m making an effort to take each day as it comes. I’ve spent the last couple weeks (yes all of Christmas!) totally under the weather and it made the holiday season a little quieter and slower, but it also made […]

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make your own advent calendar project

December 1st: let the advent-ure begin

December 3, 2015

Can I tell you how overjoyed I am with this advent calendar project some lovelies in my life are making for me?  I never could have anticipated how much these beautiful words could fill a heart more than all the stuff you can buy. But oh, how magical it’s been so far. My kids have […]

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dahlia bakery cookbook from Tom Douglas in Seattle

How to be invited to a private dinner with Tom Douglas at Seattle Macy’s 

October 30, 2015

This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own: Do you have a copy of this book, the Dahlia Bakery Cookbook? It’s one of my favorites and so is its namesake bakery, the Dahlia Bakery in Seattle, Washington, where you can find many of the recipes from the […]

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family bike rides with kids in seattle

Getting ready for an October Monday in Seattle

October 5, 2015

I can totally get used to these no-umbrella, sunny fall weekends in Seattle especially now that it’s soccer season.  We spent the weekend tidying the house, playing soccer and bike-riding through gorgeous fall leaves (and I’ll update you on our big bike ride later this week!) but it’s perfectly autumn in Seattle right now so […]

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A spoonful of sugar in bucketlisting form helps the Last Day of School Eve not sting so much

June 16, 2015

We watched Mary Poppins at school today, my guys told me while we after-school snacked. So of course I took the opportunity to screech sing my rendition of “A Spoonful of Sugar” at the top of my lungs. Why are those kids taking medicine?  Are they sick?  Why doesn’t it taste good? And how does […]

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Because sometimes a Big Bang Theory makes you love your village even more

December 3, 2014

Sometime in the past few weeks I celebrated an epic milestone birthday (why on earth we decide to keep counting after 25 just blows my mind) and watched a Big Bang Theory episode about a professor who died leaving mountains of papers in boxes and an unopened bottle of champagne and it made me feel […]

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