This weekend I got to visit the historical Sauder Village in Ohio. Stepping out of my car and onto the village grounds was like stepping back in time. There were little shops everywhere – the general store, the tinsmith, the barber, the herb shop, the grist mill, etc. Most of the village is designed to replicate mid-nineteenth century living, but a newer section spotlights life in the early twentieth century. The newly restored 1920’s farmhouse was easily my favorite part of the visit. My grandparents had a great little farm when I was growing up that they’d inherited from an aunt, so this farm house brought back a ton of memories. Here are a few pictures I thought I’d share.
Jessica Jefferson makes her home in Almost-Chicago with her husband, nine and three year old girls, guinea pigs, and English bulldog Pete. When she’s not busy trying to find middle-ground between being a modern career woman and Suzy-Homemaker, she loves to watch “Real Housewives of [insert city here]” and performing unnecessary improvements to her home and property.
Jessica writes Regency-era historical romance with a modern twist, infused with humor. She always tries to create endearingly flawed heroes and one of a kind heroines that you’ll want to continue knowing long after you read the last page. Fall in love with romance again…