My little family is four months new to Flagstaff. We’re the new kids in town. We just moved into our new house. We’re navigating new work (and daycare) life. Everything is new except one thing – we’re back in America. For four years we lived in Paris, France. We started off as fresh newlyweds and […]
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**FREE Kid, Pet & Family-Friendly Indoor Halloween Event **
Flagstaff Nissan Subaru will host its 3rd annual Trunk-Or-Treat event inside its showroom at 4960 E. Marketplace Drive on Thursday, October 31, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
The event, which is open to the general public, is free of admission and sponsored by Friends of Camp Colton, Kaibab National Forest, Around the Mountain Pediatric Dentistry, Tynkertopia, CarStar, the Flagstaff Figure Skating Club, the Coconino Humane Society, Wagstaff, Starbucks, and the Arizona Laboratory for Applied Transportation Research (AZ Trans) from Northern Arizona University. The dealer group will also sponsor its own decorated trunk this year.
I know many of us Flagstaffians live far away from our parents and extended family. I love to send my mother, grandmother, and in-laws crafts from Jett. My grandmother actually frames crafts from all of her grandchildren (and great-grandchild)! It’s one way for them to stay connected, and for me to let them know that […]
When I woke up for no particular reason in the middle of the night just in time to see our front porch catching on fire through my bedroom window, I had no idea that my life was about to go up in literal smoke. In October 2017 my family lost everything in a house fire […]
Once I read an article stating that the closest relationship any people would have is that of a sibling relationship. I thought about this for awhile and then decided that it made sense despite never experiencing this type of relationship myself. Due to extenuating circumstances, I am an only child. But if your family is […]
I’m the first daughter in my family to move away from North Carolina in at least five generations. That’s right, I have broken a tradition dating back to the 1800s. Southern guilt is real, and it follows me like a little cloud of humidity I can’t escape. My husband and I moved to Flagstaff in […]