Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Concerts in Pioneer Park on Thursdays

Thursdays, 6:30 - 8:30 PM at Pioneer Park, 324 South Meridian, Puyallup
July 9
6:30-7:15 The Afrodisiacs7:30-8:30 The Beatniks
Kings of DiscoClassic Rock Kings
July 16
6:30-7:00 The Delivery Boys7:15-8:30 The Coats
CSNY Meets The EaglesA Cappella Favorites
July 23
6:30-7:15 Shane Cobane as Elvis7:30-8:30 Crème Tangerine
KIRO Traffic Reporter is in the HouseBeatles Tribute
July 30
6:30-7:15 Kerry Yanasak & Michelle Lech7:30-8:30 Darren Motamedy
Piano DuoSmooth Jazz Saxophonist
Aug. 6
6:30-7:15 The Adventures7:30-8:30 Jr. Cadillac
A Tribute to The Ventures4 Decades of Rockin n Rollin
Aug. 13
6:30-7:15 Dayla Walker7:30-8:30 Red Hot Blues Sisters
Talented Singer on the RiseAward Winning R&B Band
Aug. 20
6:30-7:00 Dragon Steps7:15-8:30 Tropical Night with Tanoa
Fire Dancing ShowTour of the South Pacific
Aug. 27
6:30-7:15 The Spazmatics7:30-8:30 Randy Hansen
80’s Band Extraordinaire#1 Jimi Hendrix Tribute

Friday, May 15, 2009

Tag Sale!

This store is so worth driving to. It is located on Main St. in Sumner, WA. Believe me if you take a walk on this Main St. you won't be disappointed. It is full of wonderful ma & pa shops with down home country appeal. Make sure you allow yourself enough time, you will at least want to make an afternoon of it.
Today's Country store is full of interesting and inspiring things and they are having their BIG 10th annual tag sale tomorrow. Grab the family and head on over!

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Fun, Fun, Fun for everyone!

Make sure you make plans for this. It will be a great place to pick up some one of a kind items for your home at good prices! For more info go to the website here.

Friday, May 1, 2009

New Listing in Downtown Puyallup

Beautiful updated home with plenty of room for the family. 5 bedrooms! Open concept with a formal living rm & a dining rm with its own fireplace! Master suite has a private deck. Gourmet kitchen equipped with 2 pantries. White millwork & designer colors throughout. The large backyard boasts a waterfall and pond with koi, a flagstone patio plus two decks with Valley views. Oversized 2 car garage. Convenient location/easy access to freeways. All appliances and a 1 year home warranty included.

Formal living room to greet and entertain guests.

A dining room with a fireplace, how wonderful!

Updated kitchen with two pantries and a fabulous view of the professionally landscaped backyard.

Large family room, big enough for two sofas.

Wouldn't you love to have this beautiful, big waterfall to enjoy?

Lots of living area in this backyard. Two decks, a cobblestone patio and plenty of grass and garden area.

For a tour of this home, located at 1617 5th St. SW in Puyallup, contact me at 253-359-0102. You are gonna love it!

Monday, April 27, 2009

Easy ways to save money!

1.Afternoon snacks. Do you munch protein bars as a healthier alternative to a chocolate pick-me-up? You could easily be paying more than $2 per bar and consuming just as much sugar as you would with your favorite candy bar. Stock up on fruit for a fraction of the cost when you do your grocery shopping. You'll be fitter and save a bundle.

2.Bottled water. Yes, it's important to drink water every day. But picking up the bottled variety with your lunch is an expensive way to stay hydrated. Rather than spend $2 a day for water, buy a pitcher and a filter for about $20 and drink as much as you want for pennies a glass.

3.A caffeine fix. Can't get through the day without at least one cuppa Joe? Stopping at Starbucks or Dunkin' Donuts can set you back as much as $1.65 per cup. Splurge on a pound of gourmet coffee for $8 to $13 and you can make 40 cups for about 20 cents to 33 cents each.

4.Favorite tunes. Do you rush out to buy the latest CD by your favorite group even though there are only one or two songs you really like? Instead of paying up to $18 for the CD, download those cuts you want from iTunes for 99 cents each, or from Amazon for as little as 79 cents.

5.A night at the movies. An evening for two at your local theater costs an average of about $20, including the popcorn -- and closer to $30 in major cities. And that doesn't even count the babysitter. For just $5 a month, you can watch two movies from Netflix or pay $9 for unlimited viewing. If you're willing to wait a little longer for new releases, borrow them free from your local library. (See Cut the Cable Cord for other inexpensive entertainment options.)

6.Fresh flowers. A bouquet of spring blooms brightens up a room and your mood. But purchasing it from a florist at $25 and up can quickly put a dent in your budget. Check out your local grocery store, which offers a selection of seasonal bouquets for $5 to $10.

7.Fruits and veggies. Sure, precut vegetables and salad mixes that are washed and bagged save a little time. But you'll pay for the convenience. Broccoli florets and sliced peppers cost $6 per pound, compared with one-third to one-half the price for the uncut versions. Lettuce varieties that are pre-washed and bagged sell for $5.98 a pound. But it takes just minutes to wash and spin dry enough arugula for your evening salad, and you'll pay one-third as much. Buying whole strawberries rather than sliced ones that are prepackaged cuts the price by 75%.

8.Credit-card fees. Every month, millions of credit-card customers pay their bills late, and they're assessed as much as $39 each time. Set up an automatic debit and you'll never incur another late fee.

9.Fax and mail services. Instead of paying FedEx $1.49 to fax one page, sign up to send free faxes from a provider such as faxZero or K7.net. Save on shipping with the U.S. Postal Service's priority mail service. You'll pay just $4.95 to mail an envelope or small box anywhere in the US, and your parcel is likely to arrive within two days. Larger packages cost $10.35. That saves at least 50% compared with UPS's two-day service, the cost of which varies by weight and distance.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Spring Fair This Weekend!

What a perfect introduction to Puyallup, the Fair! Attending the fair will give you a sneak peek into life around here. If you live downtown life changes a bit during the fair. Traffic is a bit of an issue but it doesn't last for long. The absolute best thing is the aroma from the fair. You can smell the fair burgers cooking if you step outside your door (sometimes if the breeze allows, you can even get a whiff up on the South Hill). In the evening you can hear the concerts from your backyard.
The fair is magical, it takes you back to your childhood, you crave cotton candy and scones. You want to ride the Wooden Rollercoaster, and if you are really brave.....The Extreme Scream!!! Bring your family together, plan a day trip to the fair and experience what Doing The Puyallup is all about!!!
Til next time!