Here in Arvada, Colorado our woman of the year, Rebel Rodriguez runs an amazing food bank serving disadvantaged residents and Arvada’s homeless. She also stocks an equally amazing little free food bank on the corner of Grandview and Olde Wadsworth at the Rising Church. The Blessing Box.
Inspiring me to make snack and lunch bags for our children and homeless.
Thank you Rebel for your community service, to read more about Rebel go here to Rebel’s article.
The armor of the samurai. Labor intensive, intricate, beautiful and full of meaning. Rows of leather and plates of metal woven together with silk cord to make formidable protection. Functional yet mesmerizing.
Dazzling helmets designed to strike apprehension into opponents upon recognition.
Join us this Saturday or Sunday, March 4th and 5th, at Simpson United Methodist Church, 6001 Wolff St. in Arvada, Colorado for the 49th Annual Hina Matsuri Festival. Hours are 11:30am to 4pm and this is a free event.
Enjoy the doll room, tea ceremony, bonsai displays, ikebana (flower arranging) display, nonstop entertainment including music and martial arts or have your name written in Japanese characters.
Here are a couple more displays you will be able to appreciate:
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We had a blizzard yesterday here in Arvada, Colorado. I am sure it was a blizzard because Mom came home early from work. Roscoe and I helped her make a batch of home made dog food, yum! We loved having the extra time with her.
Here are the pictures of Mom’s parking lot at work and the street in front of her building. This weather prompted her boss to let her come home early.
Here is a picture of one of our cars and our yard. A true winter wonderland.
Mom is one of the few people who loves a good snow storm so us dogs are lucky to live with her. Here is my Haiku: