For most Americans, Labor Day weekend is the capstone of the summer season. It’s a time when families and friends get together to squeeze the last bit of fun, sun and relaxation out of the season before everyone gets wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of fall
When I was a kid, I always dreaded seeing the first “Back to School” ad on TV. It reminded me that summertime wouldn’t last forever — that eventually, my days of swimming, bike-riding and playing with my friends would be replaced by homework, quizzes and tests
After suffering through subfreezing temperatures all winter, it might sound silly to complain about hot weather. But just as “it’s too cold” is a common excuse to scrimp on exercise during the winter months, “it’s too hot” is a go-to reason to forgo a workout during the few months that it is actually warm in Montana.
Growing up, I did my fair share of fundraising for various clubs and causes.
For example, to help raise money for my high school prom committee, I manned the concession stand at home volleyball and basketball games throughout the fall and winter months of my junior year. By the t
If you thought costume parties were just for kids, think again.
There’s no better way to spice up a summer barbecue than to give guests a dress-up theme. It doesn’t have to be anything complicated — in fact, my experience has shown that the broader the theme is, the more people will participate.
This past weekend, for example, I attended a pink party. The theme here is pretty obvious — partygoers were asked to don pink clothing and accessories for the occasion, and the more outrageous, the better.
I really try not to complain about the heat — after all, I spend most of the year complaining about the cold — but when it comes to catching some Z’s, the 90-plus-degree days we’ve been having in Missoula are really starting to get to me.
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