Seasons Change in the Blink of an Eye

Last week was a mentally challenging one at work. This is our busiest time of year, with multiple titles coming out. In addition to our regular publications, we've got our biannual Visitor's Guide, plus the annual bridal magazine and Southern Hills Vacation Guide. Factor in a brand new magazine, an overhaul of a client's website, … Continue reading Seasons Change in the Blink of an Eye

“BER” Leads to “BRR!”

I'm working from home this morning waiting for a certified letter to arrive. It's from the Hyundai dealership, so I'm assuming it's the paperwork I'll need to get my car registered. I came home on my lunch yesterday to find a note from the USPS on the door, and because they need a signature, I … Continue reading “BER” Leads to “BRR!”

A Taste of Fall

Saturday morning, we decided to go for a hike in the Black Hills. With snow in the forecast today, we wanted to take advantage of the nice weather. Our destination was Cathedral Spires, a short out-and-back that was less than 2.5 miles total. What it lacked in distance it made up for in scenery! Plus, … Continue reading A Taste of Fall

Thank You, George Renninger

I have a new obsession in my life, and it is almost out of control this time of year. Candy corn. It wasn’t always this way. Much like broccoli and Justin Timberlake, I couldn’t stand it when I was younger. Nowadays, I can’t get enough. For the record, I also really dig broccoli – Tara … Continue reading Thank You, George Renninger

Real Apples Have Bruises

I love farmer's markets. Can't get enough of them.  Seriously.  There's something about seeing all that fresh produce out on display that gets my heart pumping.  I'm not even sure why.  It's all organic (naturally), which means, the apples have bruises, the pears are splotchy, and the carrots sometimes resemble the gnarled, warty fingers of … Continue reading Real Apples Have Bruises