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Foggy Nebraska ForestFoggy Nebraska ForestOK, it's not a forest, but these trees are a unique spot in Blair, Nebraska. The fog was dense, the sun was trying to break through...

 

Thanks for visiting my blog. As my mind wanders, so will my blog.

I'm setting out on a new adventure in life - in so many ways! Here I'll keep a short journal of the journey.

Enjoy the scenery, and please stop back often.

Recent news - class photography

November 06, 2013
I recently took the class photos of 34 adorable preschoolers at Good Tidings in Blair. Everything went smoothly, and the kids were so much fun! Businesses and organizatio...
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Pow wow

October 02, 2013
I went to my first Pow Wow on Saturday - what beautiful colors! I have always respected these proud people, and as a child I admired their lifestyle of living off the lan...
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Alpacas of the Heartland

October 01, 2013
I visited the annual Alpaca Day Open House at Alpacas of the Heartland near Fort Calhoun, Nebraska on Saturday and Sunday, September 28 & 29, 2013. Mike and Sheri Jacoby...
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Refreshing myself this Fall

September 27, 2013
It's a new season, and I'm taking the time to refresh my direction, my image, my business. Due to a wonderful book by Zig Ziglar and some pointers from my beautiful daugh...
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Nebraska Sandhills Daytrip

March 17, 2013
Lost and alone on some forgotten highway, Traveled by many, remembered by few,* March 15, the Ides of March, the timing was perfect - the Sandhill Cranes were stopping...
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