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 “What we have planned for ourselves isn’t always what life has planned for us”

Recently I have changed gears and there has been a slight change of plans. 705 more words

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Happy Birthday America!

Spending the Holiday at the National Harbor

For this Fourth of July weekend I went home to meet my boyfriend’s family for the first time.  On Saturday, America’s birthday, they took us to National Harbor. 631 more words

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The Pricey Ten: America’s Most Expensive Cities

America might be the land of the free, but everything here comes with a huge price. With people’s salaries not escalating as much as they’d want, the majority of us always wonder what happened to our paycheck once we deduct the cost of rent, mortgage, bills, transportation and other expenses. 701 more words

silo and the family grain

Mother and children walking in front of the Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) grain silo on 38th Street and Hiawatha, in Minneapolis (map).

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Chicago's 2015 Jane's Walk was great!

With the support of The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, more people than ever came out to join us for the third annual Jane’s Walk event in Chicago. 169 more words

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