The Spring Issue of Today's Family Is Out!

You can find the latest issue of Today's Family magazine — inside the March issue of Today's Woman ! That's two magazin...

Friday, March 16, 2012

A Break from the Madness

If you happen to get tired of watching college basketball {honestly, is that even possible!?} and the endless “checking of the bracket,” there are a few fun things happening on both sides of the river.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

How’d They Do That?

We have a behind-the-scenes look into the production of Lyle the Crocodile courtesy of Corey Harrison, Production Manager of Stage One Family Theatre.

How many people and hours were involved in producing Lyle the Crocodile?
When the show is finished and the final curtain is down, we will have had over 32+ people working an accumulative 5800+ hours; this includes pre-production meetings, construction, rehearsals, programming, marketing, performances, etc..
How has the community helped make this production possible?

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

French Lick Resort Giveaway

Oh, wouldn’t it be grand to get away for the weekend?  You bet! The French Lick Resort is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway for your family, and we’re giving away a two-night stay for a family of four to French Lick Springs Hotel with….wait for it… 2 KidsFest activities passes for the kids ages 6-12, too!

Picture it now…
-the kids eating breakfast for free with their parents at the Grand Colonnade restaurant.
-the kids playing golf for free with their parents at the 9-hole Valley Links golf course.
-the kids having fun at the KidsCook KidsFest activity (pictured above).
-mom enjoying a little “me-time” at the spa!

And so much more!

Enter below for your chance to win this awesome prize!  There are several ways to gain entries.  Check it out!

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Get Your Sparkle On!

Did you sparkle today?

For those of you who read my article in Today’s Family, you know exactly what I am asking when I ask if you sparked today!

Monday, March 12, 2012

Tornados Won’t Keep Us Down

Yesterday, my husband and I made a trip to Borden, IN, to what used to be the home of our dear friends.  Although their home still stands, albeit in an uninhabitable form, their barn and animals were swept away like a house of cards in a breeze. 

When we began to drive down their road, I felt myself feeling an intense anxiety and overwhelming sadness at what was before our eyes.  I had seen it on the news time and again, but it is so different when you are actually there.  I wasn’t sure what to say, what to do, or how to help.  However, once we saw our friends, those feelings of anxiety quickly went away, and there were hugs and smiles all around. 

When it came down to it, I don’t think they cared whether we carried branches, handed out food, or did anything other than just talk.

They just cared that we came.

How have you been a part of the tornado recovery effort?  Please share with us how it has affected you.
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...