Arts & Culture

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I thought my readers might enjoy a fiction story for the holiday!  Let me know what you think, and Merry Christmas! Ayla’s Christmas Eve It was Christmas time in the heartland.  The Midwest was covered in darkness and a cold icy chill went down my back as I heard the tinkle of ice hitting the […]

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St. Benedict a Monastery Visit!

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With the Christmas season upon us finding places to tour that focus on the reason for the season are high on my list.  With that in mind, you may enjoy a tour of St. Benedict, a beautiful Monastery located in Ferdinand, Indiana.  After celebrating mom’s birthday in French Lick , Indiana, on the way home […]

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Christmas at the Whitehouse at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum

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Yesterday, I took a walk through the holiday exhibit, “Christmas at the Whitehouse” while visiting the museum.  The exhibit will be on display until the New Year.  I enjoyed looking into the past at White House moments.  There is a very lovely gold-plated desk clock on display that was given to President Eisenhower by his […]

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Recovery, a tornado story

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On a recent hosted rip to Clarksville, Tennessee, I saw first hand what a community can do after a devastating tornado.  One look at the statue, “The Day After” a beautiful bronze statue of a man reading a paper, shows how this town rose from the wreckage of a tornado that whipped through their town […]

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Books for travel & books for the holiday, pick your choice!

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It’s that time again when you are trying to find just the right gift, whether for someone to read on the road or tucked up tight in bed or covered up cozy on the couch I know for me and perhaps many of those in your life, a good book may be just the answer […]

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