Hey guys. It's been a long time. I'm sorry. Really. But I've been trying to readjust myself from tropical paradise to actual, you know, life. I've been a little blue. And a lot distracted. And I'm sorry. So I have some catching up to do, first of all: Here's a Timmy for you: Here and … Continue reading Reservoirs and Garbage
The Allegheny National Forest is burning. On purpose. Fire Specialists with the National Forest Service conducted a prescribed burn on the Jake's Rocks recreation area on Good Friday. The test burn started at noon today and the burn will continue until about 6 p.m., with around 86 acres planned to burn. The goal is to … Continue reading Forests and Fires
I took my kids to the promotional event for this year's All-County Musical put on by the Warren County School District. It's the fourteenth year of the ACM but it's the tenth anniversary since the district presented Beauty and the Beast. Harper is pretty sure she wants to marry the beast. Not the prince he … Continue reading Column Catch-up and Beasts
So. That story about Ellen Paquette and her harp of awesomeness - which is named Oleander, by the way - spawned a series. Stories of the many hospice volunteers who also do cool shit. It really is amazing that volunteers provide the majority of services at Hospice of Warren County. What's so very cool about … Continue reading Hospice and Volunteers
Here's the story I was interviewing Ellen for when I posted that delightful photo of High Tea at the Arbor Tree Cafe and Tea House last week. Ellen plays harp for Hospice patients. She's becoming a Certified Clinical Musician. Read all about it here!
Pete Pitts is a really great example of what can happen when a person takes full responsibility for their own success and refuses to downsize their aspirations. Pitts has a rap album hosted by Lil' Wyte - Short On Time - available for download on iTunes. He's also appeared in numerous television shows and movies. … Continue reading Pete Pitts and His Path To Success
"What's your bedtime routine," my best friend asked through the waspish shrieks and owly grumbles of my daughters. Mission Possible - Read the digital edition of this article online Mission Possible - Read a PDF version of this article