One of the fondest memories I have of my grandmom, yes, the one who had banana split for her birthday, is how much she loved Lambert’s Restaurant in Sikeston, Missouri. There have been times in my life where I stopped in Sikeston just to remember grandmom. Others where I stopped to buy her a trinket. Still others when I brought… Read More
When traveling through small towns, slowing down from highway speeds can help you find part of our history and pop culture you may otherwise miss.
I love to travel. Love it. For work or for personal reasons, I love going new places and meeting new people. And I frequently find myself with the opportunity to talk about what I do. That may be because I try to create those opportunities. No, I’m not one of those people who talks constantly to the person seated next… Read More
This week’s food poll may be the last as we are bringing the summer to an end. I’m still thinking through my next steps and thought maybe this should go the route of the way I’m ending summer — with a trip to Chicago, a city well known for food and eating! I had a few thoughts (mostly from memories… Read More
Traveling gives you a chance to see unbelievable sights and to meet great people. Bringing back some memories for people comes with photos, etc. On the other hand, sometimes you feel you should buy gifts for everyone. And although I frequently bring back small things like keychains to pass around at the office, I got over the thought that I… Read More
Last weekend, a farmer friend tweeted and buzzed the following comment “Just saw my first iPad in the wild…looks like someone ripped the keyboard (and full OS) off of a netbook. And then doubled the price.” I had to comment on the buzz and from there, a string of convo took place with the biggest focus being on Apple… Read More