First Fall Storm Finally Hits Snoqualmie

If you're new to the area, get ready for Fall's rude awakening.  October's been fairly pleasant so far - with more sunny days than rainy ones, mild temperatures and well, no wind yet. That's all changing as the … [Read more...]

October 23rd – Make A Difference Day at Three Forks Park

Participate in the biggest national day of doing good and community service right here in Snoqualmie.  Today, October 23rd, is National Make a Difference Day. Grab your garden gloves and shovels and help beat … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley – All The Little Things Add Up

Someone asked me the other day why I like living here so much.  I told them it's just everything... the people, the views, getting snow when Seattle gets rain.  I pondered this question as I drove this week. I … [Read more...]

The Road Back – Homework, Quizzes and Now Mom Has My Phone

Okay, I did it.  I cracked.  I am officially a  crack in the pavement on my daughter's  road back to a new normal.  My daughter is smart.  I don't feel we expect too much from her.  We expect what we know she … [Read more...]

Life Lessons From 13 Year Olds

This is my first season head coaching Snoqualmie Valley Rec Soccer.  It's not quite what I expected... but this fall has been full of surprises on all fronts.  Nothing surprises me at this point. I coach 8th … [Read more...]

MSHS Football Game vs. Juanita Tonight

Tonight marks the final game of a three game home stand for the Mt. Si Wildcat football team and the beginning of the final stretch of the season.  MSHS faces the Juanita Rebels - who sit one game ahead in … [Read more...]

The Road Back Through Jordy's Eyes….

Writing sometimes soothes me.  Helps me sort out my thoughts.  Gives me some perspective.  I offered up this blog to my daughter and her friend if they ever wanted to write.  If they wanted to share with you … [Read more...]

King County Special Budget Meeting at MSHS Tonight

In preparation for a 2011 King County Budget that will include $60 million in cuts, the chair of the Metropolitan King County Council’s Budget Leadership team is encouraging the public to get involved by … [Read more...]