Tag Archives: small towns

Remembering Dad

The Legend of the Flying Pig   It’s an old story, tried and true, One that will certainly pull you out of the blue. One that deserves retellin’ I tell ya; ‘Course no one could do it like Sonny, oh yeah.   On a warm, autumn day in mid-September The legend was born, a story …

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Autumn Scents

You know, I just love Autumn.  The colors, the sound of leaves rustling underfoot, the snow wafting from overhead…wait, what, SNOW?  Yes, it’s snowing outside my window as I write this.  So far, it’s not sticking.  But that’s not what this is about – besides, I don’t want to give the white stuff any attention …

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Supporting the arts – the small town way

This last Saturday night my husband and I attended Jonesfest in Kennan, WI.  The event is the brainchild of a few people in that area who performed in bands when they were younger and felt a need to do something to make sure music education remains alive and well in our rural schools. We parked …

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Small Town Characters

I love small towns and the eccentric people that give them color – that’s why I write about them. Of course big cities have their unique citizens as well, but in a small town they become a hallmark, a cornerstone of entertainment. Our town has a man that walks from sun-up to sun-down, the same …

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