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Seems Like Home

What is “home”?

I spent the first 22 years of my life in Indiana. A brief stop in Illinois, and then another 22 in Kentucky. 111 more words

Art

The Old Guy ... Images of Russell County ... Reluctant Portrait ...

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Next Week Or So … Something along the same line or something current … 

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General Observations

Mammoth Cave National Park

Overview

Archaeologists have found evidence of exploration dating back 4,000 years when torches of cane were used to light the way.  Mammoth Cave does not get its name from hairy prehistoric mammals, though, but rather from the vast size of its tunnels.  327 more words

Kentucky

The Broken Road to Georgia

“Uh-oh,” I said to my husband, Michael, “This is NOT good.”

It was last Friday night and I was driving my relatively new car down I-75 S about thirty miles outside of Lexington, KY where we live.  521 more words

Faith / Christianity

There's a Law for That

“Yield for Pedestrians, It’s the Law!”

Seems like a no-brainer.

The existence of this sign means that, at some point, some politician had to stand up — in my mind wearing suspenders and a string-bow tie, periodically mopping his brow with a monogrammed handkerchief, two fingers of small-batch bourbon resting on the desk beside him — and make a speech (in an exaggerated Good Ol’ Boy drawl, of course) something akin to the following: 216 more words

Humor

Coffee of Kentucky

Within the past six months, I have traveled to Kentucky twice! My boyfriend’s (Peter’s) brother and sister-in-law (Matt and Becca) live there and his other sister (and my friend), Anna, goes to school there. 1,005 more words

North America

Instead of paying teachers better, Republican Governor of Utah tries to guilt teachers to return to profession

In Utah, where the average starting salary for a teacher is $35,722, the Republican Governor refuses to believe that teachers should be incentivized by better pay to choose to teach, instead trying to guilt teachers to return to the profession by saying the children need them: 1,081 more words

Politics