After selling real estate for 1-1/2 years, Janet Dahlquist with Windermere/Maple Valley has not only survived the dizzying inconsistencies of 2020 but ended it by winning the 4th Quarter Tehaleh Drawing for $500.
Ahh, the sound of the water crashing. The wind chimes jangling. The silky comfort of a Hawaiian shirt. The soft voice of a celebrity narrator whispering calm meditations in our ears as we dream and hope for a better cumulative year. The sheen of the marble anti-microbial surface. The quiet closing drawers and cabinets.
The kitchen island. One of those serene places we go to have our own silent retreats. A little “me” time. Ear buds in, bad vibes out.
If last year taught us anything, we can probably agree that we have become experts on scrounging around the house looking for things to eat and play with as well as claiming our “spots” as our personal comfort zone. Does that remind you of anything? It seems we have all learned from our housecats how to make our home the purrfect place to work, play, sleep, and love.
Our nearby mountain covers its crags in layer upon layer of snow and ice to show us how serious it is about winter. How about us? Instead of snow and ice we’re in wool blankets, a mountain of warmth. They say opposites attract, except Rainier probably won’t move and you’ve been meaning to give snowshoeing a real “go”