The Month in Review: A Parade & New Projects

Behind the Scenes

As the long hot summer drags by, I have been researching material for a new blog and book I plan to put together in the next few weeks. It is a very targeted blog, and I am excited to have Indigo Prairie publish the books that will come from this new blog. Stay tuned for more announcements!


If you want to save yourself the time and hassle of blogging and want me to do the heavy lifting, reach out – I would love to talk to you about how I can help you take your blog from “meh” into a work of word art!


What I’ve Been Reading

Sadly, with all the running around I have done this month, I have had little tome to read anything more than articles. I just finished taking a wonderful class from Ash Ambirge from The Middle Finger Project. I love her writing because it truly feels like she knows exactly how to get into my head. And even though her class modules are 2+ hours long, they seem to fly by because I have learned so much about the business of running a business!


On the Prairie

This week I helped a friend with a World Youth Day fundraiser at her small Catholic church. As sloppy joes and brats were served, I was lucky enough to watch a small-town parade followed by a kiddie tractor pull. I loved the parade. You would think a town of 2,500 could put on a parade that last an hour, but there were floats from locals businesses, churches, banks and automobile clubs. Everyone seemed to know everyone and called out to the folks on the floats, and even when the parade stopped, the crowd chatted even more with those marching.

Enjoy a couple photos taken from my friend’s family farm – an old barn still housing antiques and a turn-of-the-last-century farmhouse now in disrepair.






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