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Happy New Year to all of you! What crazy freezing cold weather we had over the holidays! I hope your family time/down time was refreshing and fun. Now it is back to normal. What is normal for you in … more
Howdy, folks! I certainly hope this week ending August will be just fine for all of you.  Hopefully all the newly adjusted schedules are going well in your families.  I wish all the … more
Hello, all! I hope you are enjoying this beautiful month of May! Mother’s Day is coming up Sunday, May 14. Did you know the first Mother’s Day was on May 10, 1908? It was founded by Anna … more
They say that Jan. 24 is the bluest day for people. If you are feeling down or discouraged, you are not alone. There are so many challenges in January. We are coping with winter and maybe even … more
by LaVonne AckermanFor the Press and JournalNow that the Labor Day holiday is behind us, it’s time to really enjoy the dregs of summer. I should make that sound better – but summer is winding down. School and all its activities are keeping many … more
Hi all! Can you believe it? July is almost half over. Have you been enjoying your summer? Do you have highlights to share? Feel free to email me your fun summer stories. Remember to be focused … more
Howdy, folks! I hope you are enjoying summer and all the great things about it. The flowers, gardens and lawns still appear lush and beautiful. I know some people are tired of all the mowing to … more
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O happy Spring. Where are you? I thought the snow would be gone and we would be enjoying crocus blooms and sunny breezes. March is a tough month and we have come to expect this type of behavior! But … more
Hi, folks! This week is full of brightly colored eggs, bunnies and cute little chicks. We are celebrating new life as our lawns green up and tender shoots emerge from the thawed-out soil. What else … more
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