Taylor Visits Rural Indiana

While my week living in rural Indiana is normally relaxing and a good time to catch up on sleep, this past week had a different idea in mind — the unusually cold, rainy summer weather left me wearing my new jacket and wishing I had brought my old pair of jeans.

After visiting my grandparents in northern Indiana last week, I have decided that I now know way too much about corn.  I can easily determine whether a crop is field, seed, or sweet corn, and also determine whether it looks like a good or bad round this year.

This knowledge was refined after passing hundreds of fields on our trip to and from Indiana.

While my week living in rural Indiana is normally relaxing and a good time to catch up on sleep, this past week had a different idea in mind — the unusually cold, rainy summer weather left me wearing my new jacket and wishing I had brought my old pair of jeans.

Coming from the warm weather of Nashville, this threw my arthritis for a loop.  All of my joints felt as if they were three times their normal size and left me limping around the tiny town of Rochester, IN.

Global warming?  Global Aching is a more accurate way of describing it in my case.

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