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Washington Moms Doing OK on Mother’s Day — Dave’s Diary

Sunday is Mother's Day and with women making up roughly half of the American labor force, WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2015’s Best & Worst States for Working Moms.

In order to help ease the burden on an underappreciated segment of the population, WalletHub - the leading personal finance

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Category: Families, Mother's Day
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82 Million Reasons To Be Happy on Mother’s Day – Dave’s Diary

What do you get Mom for Mother's Day when she can buy ANYTHING she wants!?

Reporting on Bill Gates, Microsoft, Apple and other tech giants all these years has certainly demonstrated the proposition that high tech equals high pay.  That explains the the

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Hands On Activities For Kids Friday At The Museum — Dave’s Diary

The 4th annual Blossom Festival take place at the Yakima Valley Museum this Friday from 5 to 7:30 p.m. It’s a hands-on extravaganza of fun for kids.  Activity booths will be themed to match the different exhibits found in the museum including decorating and planting a flowerpot to take home, face painting, hair feathers, crafts, music, games and more!  Child-friendly food and beverages will be served and included in your ticket price

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On Mother’s Day Thank Mom For Being A Nag! — Dave’s Diary

As we zero in on Mother’s day, Web MD posted a question and answer for moms and daughters—“Q: Why do mother-daughter conversations often seem so complex and explosive?

A: Women talk more than men. Talk is the glue that holds a relationship together. But the more you talk, the more chance there is to put your foot in it. And unlike men, women love to exchange secrets and talk about their troubles. So women make themselves more vulnerable. “

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Category: Families, Mother's Day
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Save your Heart: Have Daughters and One Wife Only! — Dave’s Diary

SO how’s your heart? The Daily Mail  reports on two situations I want to tell you about that have potential implications for heart disease.  Both make sense when you think about it.

1.)   Working moms with boys and 2.) Men with multiple wives!

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Another Reason to Put a Stop to Bullying — Dave’s Diary

This headline should make every school counselor, teacher and administrator sit up and take notice: Being bullied as a child can do more damage to a person’s mental health than abuse or neglect at home.

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The Importance of Reading to Kids Can’t Be Overstated — Dave’s Diary

In my role as grandfather ("G-Pop") to my 11-month-old grandson, Jackson, I'm busy researching all the parenting info I somehow managed to miss (HA!) and am happily force feeding to Jackson's mom, my daughter Sarah.

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Anxious Parents Lead To Overly Anxious Children — Dave’s Diary

Proud Pops Dave here has to brag a bit.  Awesome daughter Kate aka The Gator, now 6 years old and in kindergarten, last week was  awarded her second student of the month award for this year.  The first one was for character and she definitely IS one of those!

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You May Be Cranky, But You Trust More As You Get Older — Dave’s Diary

The “cranky old man”  is a universally recognized and understood image. For many of us, it’s Clint Eastwood’s “get off my lawn” showdown with the neighborhood punks in "Gran Torino." He’s snarly, irritated, uncompromising and perhaps not a reflection of reality

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We Miss Our Buddy Brian Teegarden — Dave’s Diary

It’s a beautiful weekend in Yakima. The sun is shining and the flowers are blooming and everything should be great. But it’s not. We are a little sad around the radio ranch these days since a corporate reorganization cost the employment of our friend and co-worker Brian Teegarden, the heart and soul of KIT for nearly four decades. We understand what happened and why and it wasn’t anything about the quality or quantity of work accomplished by the hardworking Mr. T -- but all those years of fun and camaraderie still make it hard to swallow.

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