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Journey to Neverland

After watching my Mom disappear into a tiny blob and made it through security, I wiped all the tears from my face, that was going to be the last time I saw anyone from my family for the next year. 821 more words

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Ashland Makes a Fine Backdrop

Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, is a popular scenic backdrop for many a photo opportunity: from history-themed gatherings, to prom pictures, to family photos, to weddings.  167 more words


Honey! 1/16/2016

Things have been a little dormant on the blog here recently, but things have been happening!  I harvested some honey a few months ago, all of it was all pre-sold before I even had it in the bottle! 131 more words

The Rooftop Apiary

Diving In

When I decided I was going to leave lexington I was working at this pub on UK’s campus making pretty good money. I had made the most amazing friends working there. 834 more words

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Making it out alive

I made the drastic decision in September of 2014 that I was going to make my exit from Lexington, Kentucky. I had come to the point that I would have done almost anything to get out. 412 more words

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An Early Christmas at Ashland


While Henry Clay had not been home for many Christmases at Ashland due to Congress being in session, once James and Susan Clay come to Ashland in the 1850s, we begin to get details of how Christmas was celebrated at the estate. 604 more words


Melissa Deaton-Johnathon's Tribute To The Luke Bryan Memorial Car Park

The story behind this post will come out over the next 45 minutes leading up to midnight of Saturday 14 into Sunday 15 November 2015, Lexington Kentucky time. 427 more words

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