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Camp Sparkle On the corner of Broadway and Union, on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, sits an old brick building with a red
The habit of stress Worrying plays a big role in the amount of stress I carry around. I worry about whether the cancer
Her backpack is packed She burst out of her room, breathless with questions: Could she bring crayons to kindergarten? Will there be show
Kindergarten Readiness Prospective kindergartners, along with their parents, shuffled and herded themselves into the little elementary school cafeteria. The room was
Waiting for commencement Waiting for the graduation ceremony to start: Isn't it interesting how so many of the big things often involve
My flower child My flower child: even in the rain, she stops to smell the roses WW Linky is on page 2
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Cancer

Party with a Purpose – benefiting pediatric cancer research Cupcakes and wine and a party with a purpose… this looks like fun. The issue of cancer is near to my heart. It was so terribly difficult for me
Camp Sparkle On the corner of Broadway and Union, on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, sits an old brick building with a red door, and four stately white columns in front. Magic happens
The Big C and Me: my cancer story My cancer story: this is a collection of my blog posts and articles about my cancer experience over the years. I decided to pull them all together into one

Food

The Dahlia Lounge has the best coconut cream pie
My little girl has become quite the foodie. She
Tom Douglas, the guy who arguably put Seattle’s culinary