What are you most thankful for? Go ahead, take a minute, get something in mind. In the holiday rush, and eagerness to market for Christmas, it can be all too easy to rush through this season of thankfulness.
A family holiday tradition continues at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Event Center — and it’s bigger and better than ever.
With COVID-19 changing plans for an open house for a Morgan County family’s new barn, Jenny Ring decided to turn bacon into reality for a local food pantry.
With their varying shades of cheery colors, poinsettias are the best-selling potted plant in the United States and Canada.
Howard beckoned me to sit. We had shared Christmas Day in the dairy barn. Two wobbly newborn calves greeted us when we arrived early that morning.
“For we need a little Christmas right this very minute, candles in the window, carols at the spinet…” I have been singing those words for the past few weeks.
They say you never know what you have until it’s gone. I agree. My years as the resident barn owl at Wonderland Farms have taught me that many take what they have for granted.
If you’re like me and usually not OK with change, I encourage you to open your heart to change and see what good can come from it.
If you want to change things up a little for your Christmas dinner, try modernizing an old traditional recipe.
Before you go out and purchase rolls of wrap, save money by making a beautiful batch for this year’s gifts.