Reflections on the Flower Garden as the Seasons Change

As dormancy settles in, I wanted to look back once more on all the beauty the flower garden gave, to reflect, to remind myself to embrace the seasons, the shifts, the rest. More beauty will come, but the decay, the shedding is necessary. What will I cherish and keep? What will I shed? What new growth will emerge next spring after this season of hibernation? I will just have to wait and see.

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Visit Omaha Nebraska: It’s More than Corn & Cows

Whenever people ask me where I'm from, I say, "Pennsylvania, but I was born in Nebraska." I like to include that tidbit because Nebraska is a part of my story and my family's culture. More importantly, most people think Nebraska is just corn and cows. Yes, the state does boast a lot of corn and cows, but there are indeed people there. I live to tell. What might be even more unexpected though is there are cities too!

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Homemade Sweet Corn Ice Cream

In the spirit of my recent trip to Nebraska, the Cornhusker State, I bring you this unexpected sweet corn ice cream recipe. Corn, like many vegetables, has an inherent sweetness that works well for dessert. Celebrate summer with a frosty scoop, or wow your Thanksgiving guests with a slice of pecan pie and this Sweet Corn Ice Cream.

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