Category Archives: Family

Routines, Systems and Fasting: California Stay at Home Order Day 3

Still dark for our 5am familiy walk ...
Still dark for our 5am family walk …

Today is Day 3 of the official California Stay at Home Order due to the Chinese Corona Virus Pandemic. This morning we started a new family routine: Stacia, Ava Kalea and I all got up at 5 am and took a nice long walk with a quick stop at the beach / lifeguard tower in Del Mar. It was Stacia’s suggestion last night that started this routine and even though it will be a challenge to make it a habit – I think it will be a good one. I know that we’ve all accomplished A LOT more before 7 am than normal.

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Stacia Kennedy in NW Asian Weekly Mother’s Day Article

Stacia Kennedy in NW Asian Weekly Mother’s Day Article

I was just googlin around and came across this Mother’s Day article from Northwest Asian Weekly.  My beautiful wife was quoted about her experience as being a young single mother after the birth of Makaya. It’s also interesting to note that my mother’s friend and former co-worker Akemi was also featured in the article. She’s… Continue Reading

Happy 15th Birthday Jacqueline Nataliya Kennedy

November 21st 2003 was undoubtedly one of the happiest days of my life.  I witnessed the birth of my first born – Jacqueline Nataliya Kennedy.  Jackie was born just up I-5 at Scripps Hospital in Encinitas.  Her mom was a champ and the entire staff was pretty awesome.  It was a great experience. Continue Reading

TechCity Bowl to Celebrate 60 Years on Saturday – Everyone is Invited!

TechCity Bowl to Celebrate 60 Years on Saturday – Everyone is Invited!

TechCity Bowl, Kirkland Washington’s premier independent bowling center, is celebrating its 60th anniversary on Saturday, August 11th, 2018 between the hours of 12PM and 6PM. The public is invited to join the celebration which will be held at the bowling center located at 13033 NE 70th Place in the Bridle Trails neighborhood of Kirkland.  During… Continue Reading

Help TechCity Bowl Celebrate 60 Years on Saturday

TechCity Bowl, Kirkland Washington’s premier independent bowling center, is celebrating its 60th anniversary on Saturday, August 11th, 2018 between the hours of 12PM and 6PM. The public is invited to join the celebration which will be held at the bowling center located at 13033 NE 70th Place in the Bridle Trails neighborhood of Kirkland.  During… Continue Reading

Social Media Sharing Of Vacation Photos- Dangerous

Social media sharing while traveling can make that person a target of thieves, according to experts. These days, many burglars use social media to find out if someone’s home is empty – and people tend to leave their homes empty especially during the summer vacation. Social Media Sharing Of Vacation Photos-Dangerous While social media users… Continue Reading

Airman Charles Heitz Kirkland Native Serving At The Navy’s Largest Aviation Training Center

Airman Charles Heitz Kirkland Native Serving At The Navy’s Largest Aviation Training Center

Airman Charles Heitz Kirkland Native Serving At The Navy’s Largest Aviation Training Center. A 2017 Bishop Blanchet High School graduate and Kirkland, Washington, native is serving at the Navy’s largest aviation training center. Kirkland Native Airman Charles Heitz Serving At The Navy’s Largest Aviation Training Center Airman Charles Heitz serves with the Naval Air Technical… Continue Reading

Diono Donates Booster Seats To Local Families

Diono Company Donates Booster Seats To Local Families on July 25, 2018. Diono, donated $30,000 worth of booster seats to two local non-profit organizations namely WestSide Baby and Treehouse. The Pacific Northwest’s award winning designer and manufacturer of car seats and strollers for babies will provide the booster seats to underprivileged families and foster children. The booster seat… Continue Reading

Joseph Morgan Kennedy – my dad one year after his death

My Father – Joseph Morgan Kennedy Died One Year Ago Today Today marks the day my dad died one year ago. I don’t remember crying, but I probably did. It wasn’t so much that it was sad that he died, but all he missed out on while he was still alive and healthy. He barely… Continue Reading