Mystery takes many forms.
From a scary movie to a red-suited man sliding down your chimney, mysteries wake up the wonder and excitement inside us.
The final few weeks of the year deliver different packages of awe. Whether itï¿½s the weather, family gatherings, or celebrations of faith, December presents us with reasons to marvel.
Magician Scott Davis puts on a show filled with the kind of mysteries especially fitting for this magazine published by the electric co-ops of Kentucky.
Davis combines magic with a message of electric safety.
In performances at elementary schools, sponsored by electric co-ops, Davis entertains the students with memorable messages aimed at preventing accidents.
You can read about Davisï¿½ tricks and safety tips in this month’s issue.
On your way to ï¿½The Sorcerer of Safetyï¿½ story, stop by the Cut Your Utility Bills column. We filled this monthï¿½s column with ideas on holiday decorating that could save you money on your electric bill.
Electric trains symbolize the nostalgia of Christmas and prized new gifts under the tree. Paul Busse captures those feelings by creating elaborate villages from natural materials, all with model railroad cars snaking through tunnels and over trestles.
From his studio in northern Kentucky he makes ï¿½Garden Railwaysï¿½ that regularly exhibit in Cincinnati, Chicago, New York, and Washington, D.C.
Take a trip on the Paul Busse railroad this month.
One of the mysteries of this time of year results from our inability to sort out the many strong memories that accumulate over the years. As editor, Iï¿½ll wish that this year you make mysteriously happy memories, and that something in this Kentucky Living plays some small part.