Corn Fed Life follows two West Coast transplants who moved to the Midwest and are interested in exploring all aspects of the laid back Midwest lifestyle as well as discovering all the cool places and attractions that the Midwest has to offer and meeting all the fun folks out here. Come along and join us on our adventures! See all our fun videos at cornfedlife.com.
Unexpected new hobby in the dramatic Midwest USA Last night my husband and I were coming home from a well-fought basketball battle against a couple of men who were way too young, energetic, and tall to being playing against the likes of us! We were looking forward to a relaxing shower and then sleep, that […]
Why is it so difficult to do? My husband and I are not perfect. We have way too many flaws. Maybe we have just enough faults to keep us aware that we are not perfect and keep us level headed. Even so, we could deal with being way more humble! This morning we both got […]
The Biltmore The Story of the Vanderbilts The “Commodore” Cornelius Vanderbilt started the Vanderbilt railroading empire. Born in 1794, he came from a lower income family in Staten Island. Cornelius worked on his dad’s ferry starting at age 11. His ambition soon became apparent after he began his own ferry business at 16. He later […]
3/8/22 I always suspected my husband was late to different events or put off doing projects because he really didn’t care. Little did I know that it wasn’t his lack of concern that was to blame, it was his brain! Recently I watched a YouTube video titled “Why some people are always late.” The speaker […]
3/1/22 Better make a pot of coffee and get comfortable because you are not going to want to put this one down! The Light Stone, first novel written by Dennis A Kreiss, grabs your attention from the start. Much like other fantasy writers, such as Patrick Carr of A Cast of Stones, Dennis introduces the […]
2/22/2022 As a child traveling with my parents, I’d often think to myself, “What if we kept driving East?” I would want to keep going on the road past the North Umpqua National Forest and past Crater Lake just to see what was beyond. That same thought kept haunting me throughout my adult life. What […]