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Being An Artist Is My Livelihood

Jennifer’s Story

I am often asked at what point during my life did I decide I was an artist.  In spite of the poor grammar, I usually respond with a quote from Will Rogers…”An artist is the only thing a man can say he is and nobody can prove he ain’t.” 697 more words

At the Last Minute

God has always pulled me through at the last minute, so often up to a point that I should have confidently seen this coming. While enrolled in the Optional Practical Training (OPT) Program for a year starting June 16, 2014, I ultimately sought companies or universities to sponsor me with a work visa, the only realistic way for me to legally remain in the United States and look to eventually become a permanent resident. 847 more words

My Life

Bearding: Wagons West Beard Contest

This past Saturday marked the 30th Annual Wagons West Celebration at the Trails and Rails Museum in Kearney, NE.  This was my 2nd year attending, as it was the 2nd year for their annual beard contest. 590 more words

Actual News

Gravestone restoration company works to save memories of loved ones

KEARNEY, Mo. — A local gravestone restoration company spent the day Tuesday fixing up many headstones at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Kearney in order to help families avoid finding their loved one’s headstones deteriorating or gone. 332 more words


Drowned in the canal: Martin Kearney and his family

In 1772 Stafford had been by-passed by the new Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal and it took until 1816 before a branch was opened into the town by canalising the River Sow. 669 more words


Get off the Road

Our family relocated from Sioux Falls, South Dakota to Omaha, Nebraska Saturday, May 30, 2015 and three days later I was riding shotgun as my husband Ken drove 4 hours west on I-80 to North Platte, Nebraska for business.  945 more words

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