Monthly Archives: June 2020

Imagine

BY: RACHEL WUMKES I have to admit, I feel a bit discombobulated this week.  Typically, it would be a frantic push to secure the final BINGO volunteers.  Begging, pleading with people to fill the slots and help us continue the long-standing tradition of fun in the park. I'd be writing story after story about the 4th of...
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Friday Rolls Around Again

Image by messersrach from Pixabay BY: RACHEL WUMKES For each day seeming longer than the last this week, we’ve somehow made it through to another fabulous Friday.  It’s funny how each day has its own ‘feeling’ based on where it falls in the week.  Monday is typically filled with dread and anxiety. ...
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Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

Image by pasja1000 from Pixabay BY: RACHEL WUMKES I wish I had a green thumb.  I wish I could grow beds of colorful flowers, or rows and rows of vegetables to feed my family. Unfortunately, I cannot.  I do seem, however, to be very skilled at growing a plethora of thistles and weeds. ...
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Start Your Day the Right Way at the Lake

Image by piviso from Pixabay BY: RACHEL WUMKES It’s often referred to as the “most important meal of the day.”  Depending on if you’re a six-year-old kid, and eighty-year-old man, or a hungover college student, the foods chosen for breakfast vary drastically in the United States.  While some might choose a bowl...
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