Dear Abby: I am a single mother of two biracial daughters ages 2 and 4. They fill my life with joy and I am thankful to be their mother. My problem is, I haven’t been able to face my family members since the birth of my second child.
You plant a seed full of promise; you nurture it full of hope. You plant it in the garden envisioning the crisp radish snap, the sweet milky corn, the crunchy cucumber, the delectable cabbage. Ah yes, life is good.
WENATCHEE — Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market is now accepting SNAP/EBT payments for qualifying food purchases. The market is open at Pybus Public Market, Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., through October; Wednesdays from 3:30 p.m. to dusk, through September; and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. November through Christmas.
Dear Abby: I have been married for almost three years to a woman who refuses to share the same bed with me. It started on our honeymoon when, after having sex, she chose to sleep in a different bed whenever there were two beds in the room.
Hope Schooley, 13, paints a Dalmatian nose on Ava Langford, 6, while Willa Cenotto, 6, looks on. Hope was preparing the “puppies” for the Stage Kids production of 101 Dalmations held July 16. Hope’s parents are Don and Kim Schooley of East Wenatchee, Willa’s parents are Shauna and Gene Cenotto of Wenatchee, and Ava’s parents are Bonnie and Mike Langford of East Wenatchee. (Provided photo/Michelle McCormick)
WENATCHEE — Stemilt Growers hosted a group of students to learn more about the company and career paths in high-tech agriculture. The group included recipients of the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship and Wenatchee Valley College students.