Or anywhere, else, for that matter. Have I mentioned how much I LOVE the Consumerist? Zoom-in heat map for foreclosures across the country.
In today’s paper, there was an article on replacing your dishwasher in time for all the holiday washing-up that accompanies turkey and all the trimmings. I’m linking to it because they interview a local appliance firm, Garrison’s. Garrison’s has always been extremely helpful whenever I have or a client has had a question about appliances, […]
My son’s idea of Hell is dressing up as someone he is not and asking strangers for candy. My daughter’s idea of Heaven is the same thing. Daughter and I went out and trick-or-treated almost to exhaustion. We saw tons of people I knew and some kids from her class at school – glassy-eyed and […]
This is just about the coolest tool going. Type in your address, type in your rent, and see if you’re paying too much, just about right, or too little for your area. http://www.rentometer.com/ Now sometimes, of course a higher rent will be justified by condition of the place, just like there might be a very […]
My brothers used to threaten to burn my Little House books when I picked up Little Town on the Prairie to read for the twenty-third time. One brother drew body parts on my Raggedy Ann doll. The same brother would tie my Fisher Price Little People to paper napkins acting as some sort of parachute contraption and […]
At William Wiley Elementary in West Richland, WA, they have an annual food drive. Two years ago, the Apple Cup Canned Food Battle began. Children donated canned goods and instant meal packages into their favorite team’s box. We have a ton more Cougar fans than Husky fans in this part of the state, so the Cougars […]