I thought it would be fun to highlight one article each week from the Hoosier bloggers you know and love. You know, previously Featured Little Indiana Bloggers.
Just like the bloggers, no two weeks will ever be the same. Like a fine box of Indiana chocolates, you never know what you are going to get.
If you are an Indiana blogger and would like to be featured on little Indiana, please let me know via email or in the comments below. Now, let’s get caught up with what our Hoosier bloggers were doing this week.
Indiana Blog Updates
The categories may change each week but look for the bold-faced category items to easily navigate to the topics you prefer.
Recipes and Food
Sarah Lynn’s Sweets: White Chocolate No Bake Cookies — New twist on an old favorite.
Everyday Mom’s Meals: Not Just for Breakfast — Skillet home fries recipe perfect for any meal.
Walking the Off-beaten Path: Do You Know the Muffin Man? — A search for a great muffin recipe for a 4-H project.
BasilMomma: Strawberry Mousse: A Great Use for Your You-Pick Strawberries — Something a little different to do with those Indiana strawberries.
A Couple Cooks: Herbacious Eggs and Cilantro Lime Rice — Tired of the same boring eggs? Not anymore.
Something Monumental: My Monster, Kevin — A young Hoosier blogger lost her boyfriend of four years. Two weeks ago they were talking marriage and a new house. One week ago, he had passed away. Please send your support to Mandy.
The Hidden Pantry: “Getting Old Is Not for Sissy’s”, and A Prayer of Thanksgiving — No more knee pain and a hearing aid for a family member that works!
53Blonde: Small Town Living — New appreciation for growing up in a small town.
Eternal Lizdom: Child of God — Loving yourself and seeing yourself as a child of God.
Tales from the Coop Keeper: This, That, and the Boy Child — An update on her nephew, her life, and health issues.
Jean’s Boots are Made for Talking: I Do Too, Ms. Evans — A found poem and other wedding preparations.
Grey Barn Stories: Dear Max and Lilly — From Grandma, with Love.
Spell Outloud: A.C.T.S. of Kindness — Helping the community, one family at a time.
Hoosier Gardener: Cicada redux in honor of east coast gardeners — The life cycle of the Cicada, Brood XIII.
May Dreams Garden: Two Flowers Show Up in a Garden — Two new blooms and a bit of silly.
Indiana Authors and Writers
Eclectic Insights: Thursday Twisted Links — Deadlines. Roses. Hair on Fire.
Red Tash: Not What I Meant to Work on Today But Life is Like That — A new story in the Wizard Tales series!
Marian Allen: Faces, Food, Flattery, and Me All Over — Funny links and interesting resources that can help get the writerly brain in motion (or at least kick-start it).
Sarah’s Real Life: Over the River and Through the Woods — Polka dots and four leaf clovers.
Education and Crafts
Acton Creative: Let’s Wrap it Up — The end of a weaving project looms near.
Patty’s Pretty Things: My Happy List — A list of loves from a habitual DIYer.
Our Little Monkeys: Max’s “D” School — Learning about the letter “D.”
Mouse in My Pocket: Peplum Top — Feeling inspired, this blogger whips up a peplum top.
Travel and History
Local Lady: Richmond Indiana’s “Local Ladies” — The story behind the Madonna of the Trail in Richmond.
Arrows Sent Forth: Exploring Peterborough — Checking out a larger city nearby.
Treble in the Kitchen: Farmer’s Market Lunch Break — Enjoying a walk to the farmer’s market during a lunch break, this blogger plans ahead for next time.
Mom in Training: Come Walk The Walk in New York City July 20th #MoonWalkNYC — A bra walk supporting breast exams.
Back Home Again: Throwback Thursday: Mallorca — Vacation means more sight-seeing than relaxing to this blogger, except for that time in Mallorca.
Historic Indianapolis: Indianapolis Then and Now: The Waverley Company, 139 S. East Street — The history behind the Waverly electric car.
You Think Too Much: Madison Monday: Dismantling the bridge — Taking apart the old bridge to put in the new bridge.
Rensselaer Adventures: Ice Cream Truck — The sound of summer.
Small towns: destinations, not drive-thrus. I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is Little Indiana.
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