June 2018

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Shabby chic, vintage, rustic, homespun – all are synonyms for one of the most popular wedding trends in recent years. Brides from all walks of life have turned to rustic venues to celebrate with family and friends. Whether you are planning on a shoestring budget or the sky is the limit, you won’t have to […]


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I do

Shabby chic, vintage, rustic, homespun – all are synonyms for one of the most popular wedding trends in recent years. Brides from all walks of life have turned to rustic venues to celebrate with family and friends. Whether you are planning on a shoestring budget or the sky is the limit, you won’t have to […]

Blooming with possibilities

With the vibrant colors and delicate, soft petals, there’s an ethereal beauty to flowers that can make people stop and admire what Mother Nature can provide. But you can’t grow flowers without getting your hands dirty. Audra Wyant and Mariah Anderson understand the hard work, dedication and patience needed for flower farming. They both own […]

Once an uncle, forever a father

A father isn’t always biological. A father is a man who steps up and raises a child, no matter the circumstance. Illinois Country Living’s 2018 Father of the Year is Chad Cornwell, member of and lineman for EnerStar Electric Cooperative in Paris. At 13 years old, Breanne Like’s future was uncertain. Her mother, Caprice, died […]

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