A Year on Lakecrest

March 08, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
On an autumn day a few years back, my dog Ruby and I were walking on the top of a hill in our community. We came around a corner and I was struck by an intense and alive yellow before me. It was the most beautiful tree! The sun was hitting it with just the right amount of brightness. I felt the warmth of its color. We sat on the hill and just watc...
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What do you do with Old Family Photos?

February 05, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Every family loves their photo albums. The memories of weddings, Halloween costumes and new babies held by grandma, fill our phones, computers and hopefully walls. And every family has favorite recipes, some passed down through generations. One Nebraska family took a cookbook tradition started by their mom and expanded it to include their love of...
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The Capitol 3 Days After Siege

January 10, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
What happened on January 6th at The Capitol, the building that stands for our Democracy, was shattering to me. I've seen disturbing videos shared by the rioters themselves, calling for the Vice President so they could murder him by lynching! There are videos of the crush of the mob pushing and pushing to breakdown the door into the Senate, ending i...
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2020 Whew, what a year, huh?

January 04, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Happy New Year Everyone! Whew, what a year, huh? My business year started off great with the smell of growth in the air. Then waves of anxiety and no small amount of fear at the unknown, began my every day. In moments of obstinate positivity I “project’d” the heck out of my life. I painted our utility closet and rearranged it to peak efficiency (...
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Staying at Home

October 19, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
What’s a girl, who works with her camera, to do when a pandemic comes to town? Well, like many, I worried, then consumed too many, although satisfying, Oreos; chased a few down with red wine... hey, don’t knock it till you try it; and started squeezing my wallet till it cried. Initially, I documented traffic and playgrounds and neighborhoods to wi...
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