Monthly Archives: September 2011

Seattle/Victoria Island

by Danny Reyna I traveled to Seattle and Victoria Island about month ago just to get away from the oppressive heat. Up until the day I left Seattle the high was in the 70’s and the lows were in the … Continue reading

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Yarn Bombing Ronald

Lamar Boulevard Underpass By Claire Mathias I really really really want to yarn bomb something, anything, here at the Ronald McDonald House. Yes, you read that correctly, yarn bomb. And though you may very well be wondering what the heck I’m … Continue reading

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A Destination Full of Hope

By Ann Jerome On Wednesday morning we celebrated the great effort and work of so many co-workers, colleagues, donors and volunteers who have helped to create the new Ronald McDonald Family Room inside Dell Children’s Medical Center.  It was readily apparent to everyone who was there … Continue reading

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“Hi, this is Collin, your wellness coach!”

by  Jan Gunter I don’t much like routines. I’ve always just found them, well, boring. I mean, really! Who wants to do the same thing at the same time every day? When my optometrist told me in 1996 that in … Continue reading

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Twitter-dum & Twitter-dee

by @dlesnau First, let me say that I am well aware that businesses and organizations need to keep up with modern technology and methods of communications in the ever-changing world of social media and digital media outlets.  Tools such as … Continue reading

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