Mike Deacon saw his shadow and knew it was officially spring, so he came out to Gypsum Creek Golf Course and made the second hole in one of his career on the 160-yard par three 12th hole! A great way to officially open the local golf season!
<b>May yoga competition</b><br>
Revolution Power Yoga in Eagle-Vail is having a competition during the month of May to see who can do the most yoga. Prizes will be awarded at the end of the month! New students can sign up for the $49 introductory offer, which includes unlimited yoga. Call 970-748-3176 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
<b>Happy late birthday</b><br>
Happy belated birthday, dear Sherrie. Please get well real soon. We love you!
Madilyn, we had so much fun celebrating your third birthday last weekend at the zoo! We love you and look forward to many more adventures! Love, Mommy, Daddy and Jonah.
<b>Marmaduke Ovind, 1994-2013</b><br>
Ode to Marmaduke — A very special cat. For 21 years, I have heard the pitter patter of little paws across the floor. Memories of bringing you home to keep your sister company, but alas you two would not get along. Your happiness for being the the king of the house six years ago when I lost Cleo. Your 27-month battle against kidney failure. The 425ish times I stuck you with a needle to give you fluids to make you feel better. My rough estimate is that you probably road tripped 50,000 miles during the years. You only got sick in the car once, but I will blame that on the McD hamburger I fed you. You enjoyed living in Minnesotta, North Dakota, Colorado and even L.A. You have been in a ski boat, pontoon, paddle boat, Bart & Yetis ... You even have your own ski pass. All things that people do with their dog, but I did with you, my cat-dog. Heck, I even entered you in the Mardi Gras dog contest. You were always very patient with the costume photo sessions. This spring I had to let you go. You no longer greet me at the door like you did for 18-plus years. No looking in the bedroom under the covers to see if you are staying warm as you so often did this last winter as you became so thin like the 91-year-old you would have been in human years. I do not like this new silence, and it is going to be a long trip across the country without you as my faithful passenger next week.
<b>Turn it off!</b><br>
Screen-Free Week is a national celebration where children, families, schools and communities spend seven days turning off entertainment screen media and turning on life! It's a time to unplug and play, read, daydream, create, explore nature and spend time with family and friends. Drop by The Bookworm of Edwards to pick up related books for children, such as “Hello! Hello!” by Matthew Cordell and “Doug Unplugged” by Dan Yaccarino; or adult titles “Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now” by Douglas Rushkoff and “The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains” by Nicholas Carr.