Having commenced my quest to become a writer back in November of 2010, I am certain my long-term readers would agree that as I push toward 400 published articles, I have written about a wide variety of subjects. Some topics were political. Some topics were comical. Some were personal. Some were supportive of our citizens, […]
Mid July 2017 marked the beginning of our 20th annual cross country motorcycle trip called the BAMR. The Suburban Times is a family friendly newspaper, so lets just say my acronym BAMR stands for Big Annual Motorcycle Ride. Seven of us from Washington State, California, Montana, Kentucky and Indiana meet once a year for this […]
Here is a solid piece of unsolicited advice. When you come to a fork in the road, take it and don’t look back.
As I travel around our planet, I am constantly amazed at what there is to see. No, I am not talking about the solar eclipse. I am talking about the genius move depicted in my photo below.
It was pushing towards 9:00a early one morning when I parked directly in front of the entrance to the Lakewood Towne Center Starbucks. A young woman was standing outside the open passenger door of a minivan parked next to me.
Photos – Jessie Garza Recently I shared an article with you titled Westside Story – Who Pick, You Pick. I believe I succeeded in telling you more about pigeons than you ever thought you wanted to know. As difficult as it to imagine, I have more pigeon talk.
When I was 16 years old in 1959, my parents moved from South Seattle to Firwood just north of the Puyallup River. It took a few days, but eventually, I found where my parents had gone and I moved in with them.
What should we talk about today? How about… Lakewood City Council’s Rental Inspection Program (RIP)? Homing pigeons? The size and impact of Joe Boyle’s carbon footprint?
I love walking around the planet because you never know what you are going to run into and as you know, I am always looking for the funny.
On August 1, 2016, Lakewood City Council sent a clear message to all renters living in Lakewood by voting for the Rental Housing Safety Program. known as the R.I.P. Essentially the message from Lakewood City Council was, Lakewood renters do not possess enough brain power, energy or courage to manage their own rental housing SAFETY […]