The drought here continued through Veterans Day, but finally broke after Thanksgiving, raining out some Christmas events. The Hooligans have been in and out of the veterinarian office. And in the meantime, a memory of Christmas past...
Whether I want it or not, someday change might come to my country paradise.
One of my favorite things to collect are called "turn stones" — sandstone chunks that used to serve as pivot points for gateposts.
We kicked off this Christmas season with an old German tradition.
Estate auctions take on a new meaning when when they're personal.
All about the farm and fare of this gem in Loudoun County, Virginia.
It has been a full year, and I am full of thankfulness.
I want my restaurant to be a place for free food and second chances.
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