Our kids are working so hard in our camps. Not only do they do 3-4 formal martial arts classes per day, but they are also making daily trips to one of our amazing parks on Mercer Island. They are playing active games, sports, and moving around most of the day. This kind of activity burns a ton of calories-- plus kids grow so much during the summer, it's sometimes hard to keep up with their caloric needs. As, parents you want to keep your kids healthy, so I found this link via Cooking Light f
I have what can be a very exhausting job. I spend much of my time as a palliative medicine physician helping the sickest patients cope with their illnesses, support their families through their illness, and balance the delicate line between hope and reality. I see a lot of patients transition though the last days of their lives. I see reconciliations, lives well lived, peace; I also see mourning of lost time, regrets of things not done, and fear of the unknown. All of these things give me perspe
Bicycles for Humanity Seattle
Bicycles for Humanity donation booth at the Mercer Island Summer Celebration.
Your unused bicycle can help South African children travel miles to school, healthcare workers reach distant villages or the employed get to work or start their own business.
Bicycles for Humanity-Seattle plans to ship 1,000 bicycles to the KwaZulu-Natal
region of South Africa where two wheels can transport villagers from poverty to a better life.
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