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IN Penn Hills

Winter 2018

Veröffentlicht am in "Lokales & Regionales, Lokales & Regionales", Sprache — English. 36 Seiten.
Welcome to the winter issue of IN Penn Hills. Now that my wife Lisa and I are almost empty nesters, our two Morkies, Barry and Charlie, and our Shih Tzu, Marley, get even more love and attention—and we enjoy spoiling them a bit. Last year Americans spent more than $6 billion on grooming and boarding for their pets. Today, our four-legged kids enjoy spa-type services that many humans don’t experience. Be sure to read “From Scruffy to Fluffy,” listing many local groomers that will pamper your pet Mehr anzeigen
Welcome to the fall issue of IN Penn Hills magazine. As the summer ushers in fall, each season of life also brings change and new experiences. I’m realizing the house will be a little quieter this fall, as our middle son, Brenden, is headed off to college—and our youngest, Tyler, is starting eighth grade. It will be a change for all of us when we drop off Brenden, but we are excited for this new chapter in his life. Autumn brings a kaleidoscope of color to western Pennsylvania as well as some of Mehr anzeigen
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