Category Archives: Lewis Family

Apples for Clark!

I sent a box of huge Honey Crisp apples to my grandson in Kansas City.  Today they arrived and he had a taste of Washington!  I’m missing him in a way bigger than these apples!

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A Lewis Family Christmas in Yakima 2017

Here is a look at our Lewis Family Christmas in Yakima this year!  I was down with the flu the week before the kids came, willing myself to be well when they arrived.  Aaron finished his last final at BYU, … Continue reading

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The Mega Bed

Two of our favorite traditions when our kids visit are taking them out to eat at our favorite restaurants (this time El Porton, Cowiche Kitchen and Zesta Cucina) and then going home to watch movies.  We plan weeks in advance … Continue reading

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Time with our Kids

We had a peaceful day after Thanksgiving.  The kids all did their work and homework.  They live on their devices for both.  Aaron did his homework.  Graham did his engineering work and Claire works for Chatbooks several hours each day.This … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving in Yakima 2017

We started our leisure morning with this beautiful full rainbow gracing our Yakima skies.  There was lots of visiting and catching up to do with the kids.  It’s SO NICE to have them here.  We all helped with the meal, … Continue reading

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Anticipation! The Kids are Coming!

Several months ago our kids talked us into using an app called Snapchat.  It’s the little white ghosty on the yellow background on my phone.  It took some talking to convince me that a photo that disappeared in 10 seconds … Continue reading

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A Perfect Persimmony Saturday Morning

When I was a girl, we had a large Hichaya persimmon tree out by our mailbox along Road 52 in Reedley.  Persimmons are an old-fashioned fruit.  You don’t just eat a persimmon.  You pick them, set them out to ripen until … Continue reading

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