November 2015

A New Kind of Pett…

November 22, 2015 // 0 Comments

Today the Lexington Herald-Leader and Cartoonist Joel Pett took a stab at artists living in my home county and one of our displays of local art. No one here has pulled Mr. Pett’s chain, but after his (alleged) racist attacks on Matt Bevin and Matt’s kids, and now today’s mockery […]

Veterans Day

November 11, 2015 // 1 Comment

      Today is the one day we set aside to honor and celebrate our Veterans.   But, why this day?   Well, let’s do a little recap on why this day was chosen to honor those who have served in our great nation’s Armed Forces.   See, back […]

Interview – Author Cindy Koepp

November 6, 2015 // 2 Comments

  A few weeks back I got a chance to talk to Cindy Koepp about a magnitude of subjects. I had an enjoyable time getting to know her and her works. So after finishing up the interview… I wondered what would be a good day to feature her? Well her […]

Red Was The Sky…

November 5, 2015 // 0 Comments

  “Red was the sky that hanged upon high That little Alyssia looked and saw Admiring the fire and the crimson hue Waiting for the night to come into view Days would come and nights would go These are the facts of which she knows But the moment was now, […]