WHAT DOES CHRISTMAS MEAN TO YOU? - by MarlaI posed this question to some of our readers. Here are some of their answers, my thoughts, and my hopes for my Greater
Decatur Homes & Lifestyles family.
Tami with Vann's Painting (page 13) responded, "Christmas to me use to be stressful, time to be broke. Dreaded every year. Now it means my love for God is at its strongest. All the material things are just things. God is forever and without our faith my family would have given up. Merry CHRISTMAS!"
HOST A FURRY FRIEND IN YOUR HOME THIS HOLIDAY SEASON! - by Decatur & Macon County Animal Shelter FoundationHOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
HOST A FURRY FRIEND IN YOUR HOME THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!
The Macon County Animal Control & Care Center, in partnership with the Decatur & Macon County Animal Shelter Foundation, is looking for temporary foster homes for our pets this holiday season. Bring home one of our lovable dogs or cats between
Holiday Organizing Tips - by Jeffrey M LambertFirst off I want to THANK ALL the people who called me up last month just to say how much they loved my articles in the Greater Decatur Homes & Lifestyles magazine. I really appreciate your support. Thank you!
1. Decide what holidays and events are important for you to celebrate and then mark them on your calendar.
2. If you decorate for the ... Continue Reading
SANGAMON VALLEY SCHOOLS! 1 ACRE LOT! This is the perfect home that you've seen searching for...country cottage feel on one acre with 4 bedrooms & 2 baths! You'll fall in love with this sparkling, bright & open floor plan with vaulted ceilings and skylights! The master bedroom with en-suite including jetted tub, shower, walk-in closet and office/dressing area is the perfect place to get away and relax. The kids will have a blast in the tree house after wearing themselves out on the trampoline! Many updates over past 10 years including: vinyl siding, replacement windows, well pump, gutters, front & back deck, flooring, laterals, central air and more! Dad will love the oversized 2.5 car garage plus the 35 x 50 pole barn with loads of storage. Horses allowed! (Even a dog kennel for your furry friends.) Please, call or text Brenda Reynolds 217-201-6364 to see at your convenience.