Titus O'Neil was recently trending for feeding a group of hungry, homeless people. When I heard it was Titus O'Neil, I wasn't at all surprised at this act of generosity from him. I had the pleasure of meeting him for a brief moment about a year ago and it didn't take me long at all to know he was very humble and a great person.
Yakima is full of history. Looking around downtown you'll see signs of where businesses used to be. You might even find old spots on the sidewalk where you could tie up your horse. We all know those people, and maybe are guilty of it ourselves, saying things like "Oh, if you could have only visited the Country Store," or "We had such a great time growing up at the Air Fair." The beautiful thing about the Yakima Valley Trolleys is that they're still up and running. Instead of talking about what it was like, you can actually ride one -- reversible seats and all.
The other day I was hungry for a snack. We didn't have much on-hand except for some tortillas and cheese so I whipped this up and my kids love it. It's so easy to make, anyone can do it. Here's all I did.
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