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Went to the Strip Club

My boyfriend (Micheal), his two male friends (Charles and Max), and I had plans to go to the strip club last weekend, but when we got together with them, it all kind of fell apart (refer to my previous post “First Week of School Wrap-Up!”). 618 more words


A Farm wife....

Gone with the wind?

A farmer should keep in mind that he will often rise or fall based on the quality and selection of a good farm wife. 51 more words


Weekend Roundup

So a lot of blogs I read on a regular basis do a post each weekend rounding up websites and articles and other things they’ve found on the internet in the past week. 505 more words


Dope or Nah? Lupe Fiasco-Tetsuo & Youth

By Anthony Kyle (@0991Co-Twitter, @Anthony_Kyle0991-IG, Anthony Kyle-Facebook)

Released on 1/20/2015.


Adjusting to a Slower Pace of Life

I am adapting to a my new life in Des Moines, IA. Life is quite different from the huge metropolis of Dallas, TX. I grew up in a small town of 10,000 in South Dakota, so I know all about small town life, but when you move away from where you grew up, it is easy to forget what it is like. 313 more words

Art Blog

Streetcars once were main mode of travel in Sioux City

When the first elevated tracks were built to get over the Floyd River and dozens of railroad crossings in 1888, Sioux City became the third city in the United States after New York and Kansas City to have elevated trains, Munson said.

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January Mud

Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac opens with an essay titled “January”:

January Thaw
Each year, after the midwinter blizzards, there comes a night of thaw when the tinkle of dripping water is heard in the land.
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