history: Once upon a two step. - 12/01/15 10:49 AM
 
Wordless Wednesday: Once upon a two step.
 
Western Swing Hall of Fame Awards Celebration, Auburn WA, August 2013.
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history: The Sky Wiper - 11/29/15 02:10 AM
After weeks and weeks of super busy it’s Thanksgiving and I’m enjoying a few days off. I headed down to Graham to see my brother Terry and though I’ve done it several times, I just had to stop to take in this view of Mt Rainier.
The indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest called her Talol, Tacoma, and/or Tahoma, meaning the mother of waters in the Lushootseed language spoken by the Puyallup. Another meaning is Ta (larger) Koma (than Mt Baker) and other names include Tacobeh and Pooskaus.
Mount Rainier is definitely a mother to several waters including the rivers Carbon, Puyallup, Mowich, … (23 comments)

history: The Larson's of Spokane. - 06/24/15 03:18 PM
The Larson’s of Spokane.This is my Grandma and Grandpa Larson, Edna and Harvey and (L to R) Aunties' Meldred and Marjorie and my Mom, Mary Lee (1961) at the Larson home in Hillyard, Spokane.
My cousin sent this old photo to me that I haven't since the 1960's and I’m cracking up because looking at my Mom at just 5 feet tall (and the youngest) she’s the tallest of the sisters! 
Grandpa Harvey was born in 1874 in Sweden, came to the US as a kid of about 6 and grew up in and around Cadillac, Michigan. As a young man he worked … (17 comments)

history: A Precious Family Treasure - 06/14/14 06:46 AM
Those of you that know me and my musings online know I like to write a lot about my local surroundings here in the Pacific Northwest. I also like to share technology and online resources I find and use and thoughts about the evolving social web.
But over the past two or three years especially, my online conversations about people and places, local events and history, and my travels have produced the most interesting discoveries, engagement, and opportunities for personal and business connections.
My conversations about the Renton Library, The Library over the River, got me a phone call from … (14 comments)

 
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Rene Fabre

Marketing in the Digital Age

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I'm a teacher, artist, blogger and public speaker who lives in the Pacific Northwest. My passion is the evolving social media environment and how it is profoundly changing the way we do life and business. I'm a certified clock hour instructor who really enjoys teaching social media marketing and emerging technologies to real estate professionals. I work for the First American Title Real Estate School of Washington. I also enjoy teaching social media strategies for entrepreneurs and small business in the continuing education department at Bellevue College.


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