Tag Archives: Montgomery County

A Garden of Lights

Light and winter are inevitably linked in many societies. From the return of the sun in the Solstice to the star leading the Wise Men in the Christian Nativity story, the image of a light shining in the darkest of … Continue reading

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Sew It, Grow It, Show It – Sell It, Teach It?

County fairs are good, old-fashioned fun in the very best way. Fried and fresh food, animals, and rides that spin you round and round have timeless charm. That’s why we made our way back to the Montgomery County Agricultural Fair … Continue reading

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Double Your Fun, Double the Count!

Fear can be good; it can help people change their behavior, see the world in a new light, or spark the imagination. (It is Halloween season, after all.) But much of the time, fear is destructive. And fearing an entire … Continue reading

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To the Fair We Go!

I love county fairs – always have, probably always will. Which is why myself, Chris, and my mom (who was visiting) headed off to the Montgomery County Fair on Monday afternoon. As it turned out, it was a perfect day … Continue reading

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