Last weekend, Mike and I attended two weddings – in fact, we even had parts to play in one of the celebrations. Mike was the best man, and I was in charge of not losing the rings, so I think we know whose job was the most important.
After my third birthday, my mother took me weekly to Roanoak Community Center in Kansas City so I could spend an hour somersaulting and cartwheeling my way up and down the gym.
Sometimes, I still feel like a little kid. I’m 25 years old, I live 1,300 miles away from my family and I am definitely an adult. But every once in awhile, I miss the days when my mom made all my big decisions.
Now, our big weekend – the Fourth of July – is behind us and I can catch my breath. But, celebrating Independence Day has me thinking about an important issue: voting.
Being in the journalism business can be disillusioning if you don’t set aside time to enjoy the good news. That’s why I love working at The Madisonian – we prioritize and celebrate happy stories.
Back in action … and just a little sore!
I was out on a fun assignment last Friday. To celebrate Earth Day, I tagged along with Ennis Elementary School students as they conquered the town of Ennis and surrounding areas with trash bags in hand.
Hi readers! I first met Doug Stonebreaker, a Twin Bridges resident, in February 2014. It was a few months after I moved to Madison County, and I was still woefully ignorant about many things that make Montana special. One of those being bowhunting.
When I moved to Montana, I knew next to nothing about cattle. I knew I thought they were tasty, but that’s about it. I’ve learned a lot since I’ve called Madison County home, especially this year.––
I know, I know, moisture is a good thing. Last week, I chatted with Lucas Zukiewicz, water supply specialist with the Natural Resources and Conservation Service, and our conversation ended the way it usually does.