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Rejection, Acceptance, & Guilt

These 3 words are what I have found to be what people struggle with the most. A lot of our actions can be motivated by the perceived rejection of others, the failure to accept ourselves as well as our needs, and the burden of guilt which is usually not even ours to hold on to. 83 more words

Big Picture

Ashland's Glorious Ginkgo Trees

YOU ARE HERE -> today 

Of the many hundreds of trees at Ashland today, the ginkgo biloba trees that stand so majestically in Ashland’s front lawn are treasured examples of the ancient and unusual species.  346 more words


Dixiana Farm

This postcard was purchased in the same set as yesterday’s Blessing of the Hounds. Dixiana Farm was founded in 1877 and became one of the premier thoroughbred operations of its time. 45 more words

Moments In Time

Come Along on A Tour of Ashland

YOU ARE HERE -> 1950s-1980s

From 1950 through the 1980s Lorraine Seay welcomed guests to Ashland at her desk in the front hall where registration was required or, in the case of large groups, she would greet them from the front doorstep.  580 more words


Blessing of the Hounds

I was a little surprised when I saw that this postcard was a depiction of a Fox Hunt taking place in Lexington, Kentucky. I was certain I had obtained a British postcard! 67 more words

Moments In Time

Henry Clay's Paradise

YOU ARE HERE -> up to 1852

Named for the towering ash trees growing there, Henry Clay’s Ashland was no ordinary home.  Because of Clay’s prominence and the fact that he cherished and spoke often of his estate in Kentucky, Ashland became nationally known and an inseparable part of Clay’s public identity.  595 more words