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Winner of the September $25 gift certificate, this month from Secret Cravings Publishing, is aime3. Congratulations!
Winner of the August $25 gift certificate, this month from All Romance Ebooks, is Linda Chilson. Congratulations!
Winner of the July $25 gift certificate, this month from Barnes & Noble, is mjmgma. Congratulations!
Winner of the June $25 gift certificate, this month from The Wild Rose Press, is Annette. Congratulations!
Winner of the May $25 gift certificate, this month from Amazon, is Treasa Ryder. Congratulations!
Winner of the April $25 gift certificate, this month from Barnes and Noble, is Judy Harder. Congratulations!
Winner of the March $25 gift certificate, this month from All Romance eBooks, is Kathy Lewis. Congratulations!
Winners of Gem Sivad's Sweet Success Blog: flutterbee_93, andreabatten, scriley2000, smith.miriam
Winner of Heart of Steele by Randi Alexander is laineslite! Congrats!
Winner of the February $25 gift certificate, this month from Siren Bookstrand, is Tammy Faris. Congratulations!
Winner of Chase and Seduction by Randi Alexander is slinkydennis! Congrats!
Winner of a Tarot card reading from Niina at The Little Tarot Shoppe (compliments of Randi Alexander) is wrongwaymichelle! Congratulations!
Winner of two Valentine's Day books from Randi Alexander is Michelle. Congratulations!
Winner of the January $25 gift certificate, this month from Samhain, is Michelle Levan. Congratulations!
Winner of the December $25 gift certificate, this month from Amazon, is Michelle. Congratulations!
Winner of Leah Braemel's e-book giveaway is Loretta Lynn. Congratulations!
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Hey, all! Last week we managed to squeeze in some time for a family vacation so I have some new and exciting things to blog about! Finally! ;-) This vacation was a welcome respite from all the work and activities … Continue reading
Happy Summer! It’s officially here and in my neck of the woods it’s hot. But, that hasn’t slowed down the activity schedule. It’s been super hectic with horse shows, twice weekly 4-H horse practice, and other 4-H workshops, swim lessons, … Continue reading
Since this is Father’s Day I thought I’d share a little bit about my dad. I hope you all won’t think of this as a downer post. It’s a heartfelt tribute to a man I miss big time. My dad … Continue reading
On Memorial Day the History Channel kicked off their three night mini-series of the Hatfields & McCoys. I love mini-series, and this one is ranking right at the top as one of the best. It’s raw, it’s gritty, and knocks … Continue reading
Spring in Nebraska means branding time. This is a time where neighbors gather to help neighbors to sort, brand, immunize, dehorn, if needed, the new spring crop of calves. It’s hard work, but when everyone pitches in the job gets … Continue reading
A couple of days last week the temps got so warm we opted to sleep with the windows open all night. Not something we can usually do here in Nebraska in April, even late April. But you won’t hear me … Continue reading
BONANZA was a staple on American television from 1959 – 1973, making it the second longest running Western in TV history. I loved the show, although the majority of the episodes I watched in reruns. But that didn’t matter. I … Continue reading
Here on the vast Prairies of Nebraska the trees are leafing out, fruit trees are blooming, my lilacs are setting on massive buds, and my corn lilies are a foot tall, all early, and due to the unseasonably warm temps … Continue reading