While listening to the State of the Union address by the coolest president ever last week, I felt an odd chill go up my leg (because of the polar vortex) when I mused over why people loyally vote for and trust those who instinctively make things worse every time they try to fix something.
February is the shortest month, so it’s only natural I always feel like it rushes by faster than any other month of the year.
Our resident cowboy, Steve, brought us the shocking news: cowpuncher Three-Chord Cortez, that bunkhouse balladeer, plans to study opera, in hopes an aria or three will make him even more attractive to girls during a serenade.
Nov. 11, 2014 is the 125th anniversary of Washington statehood. One anniversary project centers around the capsule keepers.
Tuesday, Jan. 28th, Americans across the country watched President Obama deliver his fifth State of the Union address.
Great words float around our State Capitol building in Olympia!
Popularly said among youth today is the acronym “YOLO,” or “You Only Live Once.”
This morning the Seahawks were celebrated with a victory parade in Seattle for the 43-8 Super Bowl whuppin’ they administered on the (former AFC West rival) Broncos.
I admit I dozed off once or twice.
Whenever my lack of mechanical prowess threatens to surface, I sure miss the solenoid.
Three times, three close losses. That’s been the Super Bowl experience when my favorite teams have appeared in the big game.
We are a community of people. As people we have the right to make choices. Some choices are healthy, some are not.
I don’t always agree with others, but I can appreciate those who stand up for what they believe in.