Looking Local!

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My travels lately are in my own neck of the woods. But even before the travel restrictions I had started a tack on focusing on local businesses. This past January I approached my local Village Board in Pawnee and asked if they would be interested in me writing about the local businesses in town. With […]

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Maundy Thursday what does it mean?

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It is so easy to get wrapped up in the trappings of Easter. I was so excited to get the Easter candy I had ordered today. With COVID-19, shopping is at a standstill. The Easter Bunny and what to have on Easter Sunday is of course fun to think about. But, the reason for the […]

Visual Antique Lawn & Garden  Tractors Show!

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Who doesn’t love antique lawn and garden tractors? There are big advantages to these smaller collectible antique tractors. Some will fit in the back of a pick up truck. They can be stored in the garage, they don’t take up a lot of space and although my husband Keith won’t appreciate this, they are just […]

Midwest Travel Bloggers Making a Difference

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Ever since this health scare began, it seems that people have been stepping up to make life better for others. I thought it might be nice to profile some of these wonderful bloggers making a difference. Read about people trying to brighten corners right here in the Midwest! The Goodrichs, bloggers making a difference. I […]

Speaking from the Heart

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In recent days I’ve seen Facebook groups sharing hearts and adding smiles to make people happy during this health scare. This time of isolation is surely an emotional roller coaster ride for us all but things like the hearts, the ribbons and the acts of kindness sure help us remember the goodness we all crave […]