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13 Breathtaking Midwestern Hikes

One of my favorite things to do in the warmer months of the year is hike, but I often have a hard time finding places that are mountainous enough for a hike in my home region, the Midwest. 91 more words

This is Not a Day to Write

Today in our little area of the Midwest temperatures are supposed to be WAY above normal (normal for February is a high of 35 degrees and a low of 12). 63 more words


I'll be presenting at the Grand Rapids Asian Festival this summer

Imagine my surprise when I was contacted to see if I’d want to participate as an origami artist at the inaugural “Grand Rapid’s Asian Festival” on June 10th, 2017. 527 more words

Steeds 3

Sheriff Leall carried two buckets of water as he exited the building. Turning right, he went several steps along the boardwalk and stopped before two saddled horses standing tied to a hitching rail in plain sight of anyone inside the office. 1,503 more words


Housing Starts Cool Off in January

Housing Starts Cool Off in January
Article by Daily Real Estate News | February 17, 2017

Overall housing production declined in January after an unusually robust reading in the multifamily sector in December, but economists were unfazed. 344 more words

Kenneth Bargers

I-35 S

Flint Hills, February 2017

I have never felt wind like in Wichita
my whole body blown sideways when I
step out of the car:
gusts, I have to grab the door… 94 more words

Progress In Public

Love Writes a Letter & Sends it to Hate

Farmer’s Daughter in the Big City

It’s a strange phenomenon; despite working in the tech industry, without fail in every interview I have gone on the highlight has been discussion around the first job listed on my resume. 1,806 more words