#Project52 – Valentine

This close to Valentine’s Day, I want to give a shout out to my favorite Valentine. He’s usually super serious, so I thought I’d share a bit of his less serious side with you. Matt seems to enjoy how friendly our new kitten, Geordi has been. I think that’s why he puts up with him Read More …

Bookish Questions – Do you want more books?

Do you want more books? What kind of questions is this for a bookish person? Of course, I want more books! I even make it a point to stop in at the local bookstore whenever I get the chance.  My latest book haul was on our way back from a conference in Indianapolis.  Unfortunately, I Read More …

#Project52 – Rule of Thirds

Let’s talk a little photography this week, with the “Rule of Thirds.”  For those of you who aren’t familiar with the term, the Rule of Thirds is a fundamental composition principle which states that an image should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts by two equally spaced horizontal lines and two equally spaced Read More …

2016 INFB Young Farmer’s Conference

The 2016 Indiana Farm Bureau Young Farmer’s Conference was held last weekend at the Marriott East in Indianapolis.  As always, my husband and I went up for the weekend and had an enjoyable time.  We got to meet some awesome people and learn more about farming. Friday evening involved a little “canstruction,” where groups from Read More …

Bookish Questions – Do you use a library?

Do you use a library? As a reader, I feel like a horrible human being when I admit that I haven’t had a library card in ages.  Growing up, I lived in one of the few townships in my state that did not have library service, so if we wanted library cards, we had to Read More …

Robberts and Stockburger at Dunn Art Gallery

With the start of a new semester on campus, there is a new show in the Dunn Art Gallery.  This show, running from January 11th until February 26th, 2016 features the drawings, paintings, and frescoes of Fred Robberts and Jason Stockburger. I think my favorite piece in the show is the image of St. Anthony Read More …

Bookish Questions – Do you read ‘classics’?

Do you read ‘classics’? I don’t read anywhere near enough classic books, not since school. I’ve been too busy reading all the great new books coming out. Thanks to all of the free classics available for my Kindle app, I am trying to do a better job of reading them.  I read several classic era Read More …