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Many of you already know about the Poulsbohemian Coffee Shop on Front…
Joshua Porter has written “The Tree of Ruin,” an adventure into another…
I’ve always believed attitude made all the difference in the way life…
Katheryn LaFond has written a different kind of a cookbook. Although her…
Meeting with authors and those other participants in the writing world is…
Many of you readers have been through the trials and tribulations of…
Did you know that April is Autism Month? Cindy Rasmussen wrote…
Correction: The Memoir Writing Class I am presenting is on May 6,…
In a recent issue of the AARP Bulletin, they listed 50 great…
When you’re reading a book, or have just finished a book, do…
A local author, William Mash of Poulsbo, wrote a book called “The…
A question for all you writers out there: Where are you in…
Authors tell stories in many forms. Some write novels, some write poetry…
A few weeks ago I told you about a book called “The…
“Talia and the Capture of Wrath,” C. J. Quinn’s newest book, is…
Several months ago, a friend and fellow writer said to me, “Have…
Author Kerry Stevens is a lawyer, and who better than a practicing…
There seems to be a resurgence of novels about World War II. Some romanticize the era, some tell of the struggles and angst and sorrow of this time in our history, and I have just read a novel about the intrigue and intricacies of the spy networks.
Donna Lee Anderson says goodbye: Hansville Happenings has been a truly lovely gig. Thank you to all for reading my column all these years, and I hope you’ll continue to follow me in Kitsap Weekly — in the Herald and online.
Some little known facts about me: I have always been a storyteller.
You can make your life full of adventures by just changing your attitude about doing new or different things. Why not give it a try? If it doesn’t make you happy, you can always go back to your everyday ways, right?
If you are interested in applying, please log onto the website hansville.org. Under the Scholarship tab, you will see where you can download the appropriate submission document. And don’t forget: your postmark deadline for this application is May 1, so if you are interested, get started today.
During the holidays leading up to the New Year, I tend to try to make some decisions about how my life will be in the future. Now, don’t get me wrong; these plans are not set in stone and I almost never get to “put them into action,” but nonetheless, every year I make those plans.
Did you ever notice that when you are on a road trip and driving on a road that is new to you and you are going the speed limit of 40 mph, that everyone else passes you doing 50 or 60? And did you ever notice that when it’s raining so hard the windshield wipers can’t really keep up that everyone else on the road thinks they should go 50 or 60 even if the weather says 45 mph is fast enough, especially with all the standing water on the road?
I know it’s a little early to think of December Hansville Happenings, but I don’t want you to miss this one: The Hansville Writing Group is sponsoring an author event from 2-4 p.m. Dec. 6 at the Hansville Community Center.
Living in Hansville gives all of us a wide variety of activities to participate in. You can choose to be really active or semi-active, or just take a walk and probably meet a neighbor or two also out walking.
Some people find change terrifying and some find it challenging. I find it exciting, something new to experience.
Do you know the phrase, “The hurrier I go, the behinder I get?” That’s how I have been feeling lately. Every time I finish a project, another seems to pop up that I just can’t say no to.
Cliff Mass, Pacific Northwest weather expert, to visit Hansville on June 7.
If you live in Hansville or near Hansville, and if you want something to do instead of watching TV or cutting the grass, then let me tell you how much fun you can have in the month of May in our little town.
We here in this beautiful Kitsap Peninsula live in such a beautiful place, with green trees, walking trails and even some groomed paths that all of us can share.
There are people who are complacent by nature. And some people are irritable by nature and some people just seem to be OK with whatever. Which one are you?
It has come to my attention how important a memory can be.
I have come to the conclusion that I failed when it came time to learn sophistication
We all face deadlines of one kind or another. The deadlines may camouflage themselves as something else, but they are deadlines nonetheless.
Do you ever notice people’s shoes or what they’re wearing?
How you doing with those New Year’s resolutions you made?
Is it just my imagination or did this year move faster than usual?
I’ve been thinking about Christmas presents since July
It’s November already and here come the holidays. Does it seem to you this year is going by extra fast?