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Arbor day celebrates trees! Plant some trees.

In 1854, J. Sterling Morton moved from Detroit, Michigan to the area that is now Nebraska. He and other pioneers new to the area noticed a lack of trees, which they needed as windbreaks, to stabilize the soil, and to give shade from the sun. 127 more words


Common Myths About Fuel Pumps

If you have a diesel-fuel vehicle and think it’s safe to fill up at any pump that has a green nozzle, think again. Here are some facts to help you: 246 more words

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Hello There

Well HELLO there! If you’ve stumbled upon this blog randomly, thanks for stopping by, I’m so glad you’re here! I don’t really know what to write about yet, so I’ll start off by telling you a little bit about myself. 210 more words


Time to Plant Vegetable Gardens

Mother’s Day is coming and is a great time to honor our mothers. I get my interest in horticulture from my mother and so I like to buy her plants for mother’s day gifts. 597 more words


sneak peek: the {J} family: Bellevue, Omaha, Nebraska

One of my favorite local spots was blooming with purple wildflowers, making the perfect spot for photos with these precious little girls!  Spring has finally sprung!


I also like to live dangerously....

The most exciting/terrifying/underwhelming thing happened today! There was a tornado! Woohoo! I have experienced my fair share of earthquake and typhoons when I grew up in Japan but tornadoes are something of regional thing here in the american midwest. 143 more words

Superiority of Our Race

Talk by Prof. Edward Ross, University of Nebraska, on the superiority of the Anglo-Saxon Race.  He comments that Franco-Americans in New England are assimilating, and their birth rate is declining.   17 more words