April 30, 2013
This trusting farmer and his self-service hay bale shed are located on highway 17, south of Hutchinson, Kan. A conscience and an old farm dog on patrol keep a person honest. I admire his faith in the trustworthiness of neighbors and strangers.
November 19, 2012
Three years ago today, I started blogging. I thought I’d better share something insightful about what I’ve learned, how I’ve grown, or what’s ahead for this blog.
Sorry everyone. Maybe I’m not feeling insightful. Or, maybe this blog is simpler than that, just stories and thoughts, sometimes random.
I’m indebted to the inventor of blogging (need to find out who that is) for providing a format that’s become my favorite. A fiction writer I’m not and I gave up personal diaries after high school. And, I’m indebted to you for reading. It keeps me motivated to know someone will read.
Over the past three years, here’s the post that generated the most views: http://lynnwoolf.wordpress.com/2011/04/14/restoration-historic-stone-house-barn/
Here is one of my least read posts: http://lynnwoolf.wordpress.com/2010/04/29/butterflying/
And, here’s the post that led to the most exploration around my blog: http://lynnwoolf.wordpress.com/2012/02/22/kansas-wind-2-cattle-shed-0/
Today, my anniversary post shows one of my favorite places: Walking with Cesar along our country road. Here’s to another year of blogging.
November 25, 2011
On a cold, gray, windy, post-Thanksgiving day, D., E., Cesar and I headed to the woods.