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Wordless Wednesday: Gone, But Not Forgotten

Ofenhaus Bakery in Huntingburg, Indiana

While working my way through writing little Indiana the BOOK, I discovered that too many small businesses have since closed their doors.

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Food Trucks of Indianapolis, Indiana: Caveman Truck

Dana, Indiana downtown (and a very grand building)

There are more than 60 food trucks in Indianapolis, Indiana but only one of them is emblazoned with the motto "bacon > gluten."

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Indiana INTERNnet: A Small Business Solution!

Indiana INTERNnet Internship Information

I recently attended a talk about Indiana INTERNnet, a state-wide internship matching program. Not knowing what to expect, I took a break from editing little Indiana THE BOOK and headed to Saint Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Indiana to hear from a variety of speakers about Indiana INTERNnet.

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Hodson’s Market in Converse CLOSED

Hodson's Market in Converse, Indiana

For the generations that pushed carts down the aisles and listened to the wheels thunking against the wood floor at Hodson's Market in Converse, Indiana...

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Food Trucks of Indianapolis: Scratchtruck


When Kornmeyer was laid off, he knew exactly what he was going to do: he was going to open a food truck.

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Thoughts on Selling Our Home/Annual Neighborhood Block Party & Circus!

Neighborhood Block Party and Circus in Rensselaer, Indiana

Living in town has been quite an experience. For some, they can't imagine how it could be appealing but those of you here in town KNOW. If I hadn't felt so connected, so grounded, and so appreciative of my neighborhood and the people in it, there would not be a little Indiana. It's only by being surrounded by people who care, home owners and apartment renters alike, that made ME care.

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Listing Our 113 Year Old Victorian Home

Front Porch on our 1901 Victorian Home

It's been our goal to get our 1901 Victorian to look its shining best since we bought it (seven years ago today!). Here's a few of the projects we've tackled in our home over the years that have really made a difference, wowed our guests, and hopefully home buyers!

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Happy Birthday to “Mr. little Indiana”

I guess I haven’t really mentioned it on here before, at least, not in an article. But today, May 16, my husband, Jeremiah Nunemaker, was born! Although you know I handle the little Indiana stuff, he’s got an important role in this little Indiana thing too (and it’s more than just testing baked goods). Happy Birthday to “Mr. little Indiana” Jeremiah …

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little Indiana Weekly Recap 4/6/2014 – 4/12/2014

Superior Sales and Service in Rensselaer, Indiana

Spring has Sprung! This week you'll find a fantastic bed and breakfast that was just MADE for relaxation, an awesome bicycle shop (and way more), wonderful Mexican food, and more than 150 recipes from Indiana Bloggers to make your Easter! Those recipes are all in one place so you can easily find the things you need.

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Word Board Games for Family Game Night

Deluxe Clever Endeavor Board Game by MindGames

Every so often I can talk my husband into playing a word game for family game night. Now our oldest son can join in on the competitive spelling fun!

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