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Not a Random Harvest

October 6, 2016

by Katharine Trauger My harvest germinated in Europe. Specifically, this harvest began in Germany. My best harvest often, but not always, germinated in Europe and found itself transplanted, here. It’s a harvest of the planting of seeds of hope and courage. Many motives lay behind the growers of hope and courage who left Germany decades […]

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Miss October 2016 – Kimberly Mitchell

October 3, 2016

Fall is awesome, isn’t it? Football, beautiful leaves, crisp weather, pumpkins, Halloween, Thanksgiving (followed shortly by my birthday), there are so many reasons to love this time of year. I feel lucky to live in a place that eases into the seasons so that we have plenty of time to enjoy autumn to the fullest. […]

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Sunday Link-Up {Oct. 2,2016}

October 2, 2016
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Ricci Alexis: Spicy Ranch Chicken and Rice {Foodie Friday}

September 30, 2016

I don’t know about you but I hate to go grocery shopping. I hate battling crowds, always forgetting something, and the store usually being out of the one thing I came to get. So frustrating! With all of that being said when I can’t find anything to make for dinner I usuallyplay a game with myself called […]

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Learn.Teach.Read.See.Understand. {Wordless Wednesday}

September 28, 2016

By Brenda McClain of Art on the Green and Brenda McClain is Gallery Director of Art on the Green.  She Blogs about the Magic being made daily at and experiences as Entertainment Publicist at

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How to Stir Fry with Renee {National Rice Month}

September 27, 2016

ARWB member Renee Birchfield shares her step-by-step method for making stir-fried rice on her blog If Spoons Could Talk.  Stir-fried rice is a popular dish not only when dining out, but also for making in our homes. With a little ingenuity, rice, a few vegetables and a bit of protein, if desired, you can whip […]

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Best of Nancy

September 26, 2016

Thanks for reading my posts this month! Each week has given me a challenge as I considered my blogging journey, daily life, and favorites. Some of my favorite blog posts cover the topics of prayer, hope, and perspective. Knowing God as my refuge has given me peace and hope. When I faced a cancer […]

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Sunday Link-Up {Sept. 25, 2016}

September 25, 2016
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Celebrating National Rice Month with ARWB

September 24, 2016

Arkansas Women Blogger members enjoy a special relationship with Riceland Foods. Not only is this Arkansas-based company headquartered here, it supports and features some of the best farmers and producers in our state. Riceland is unique because it is a cooperative of rice farmers, meaning it is owned by those farmers. Both Riceland and ARWB take […]

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Alison Chino: Thai Coconut Curry Shrimp {National Rice Month}

September 23, 2016

I love a curry. I enjoy Indian curries with all kinds of lentils and veggies and I also like the fresher feel of Thai curries with citrus flavors and seafood. These days you can buy your own curry pastes in the grocery store, but there is something sort of nourishing about crushing the garlic and […]

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