Oct. 25, 2011 — Ghosts, goblins and other seasonal decorations are popping up around Lassen County, a sure sign that we’re preparing for Halloween.
Thanks to our Chamberand other groups, trick-or-treating has become a relatively safe affair for our kids.
But a few words of caution still seem appropriate.
Oct. 25, 2011 — As a Christian I have learned that knowing God’s Word is not enough, change takes place when I practice it.
This concept is true in many areas of our lives.
I was reminded of how much I know, yet fail to apply, in the area of healthy behaviors when I went to the clinic for blood work, which is part of the women’s health screening offered annually by Northeastern Rural Health Clinics.
Oct. 25, 2011 — I have been frantically knitting and crocheting every night and free moment I have because I have two months to get the gifts I planned on making done.
When it comes to fiber work, I take on more than I can reasonably handle, and that is after starting in June.
I have two afghans in process and a scarf almost done. I have one scarf finished. I will keep stitching away until the last moment.
Oct. 18, 2011 — There’s been a cold snap and my vegetable garden is done for the year.
This means one thing to me: it is officially harvest season.
The leaves are turning colors, the nights are oh, so cool and mindsets change from outdoor summer fun to inside winter warmth.
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