5/22/2006

A Brief Technical Note

Blog posts are usually 'stacked' on top of one another, with the most recently published posts located at the top of the 'page.' Since this site will contain a finite series of essays that go in a particular order, I'm reversing things. This note and the introductory post will always appear right here. All new entries will be added below them, with the newest being at the very bottom of the 'page.' (Ignore the posting dates because they won't make sense.)

So if this is your first visit to Writings From Windridge Farm, you should start reading here and work your way down.

Direct links to each individual post are in the sidebar. Enjoy.

4 Comments:

Blogger gardenwordgirl said...

I am a faithful follower of your two sites--Windridge Tales now gives me a yummy middle between your beginnings and now!
Five acres in rural Oregon allows me just enough room to scratch the dirt a little and breathe--your posts give me reason to yearn daily for MUCH MORE...
As a writer myself, I appreciate your well-crafted words and delightful photographs--you DO know there's a children's book hidden in Carey's story, don't you??

5/25/2006 1:31 PM  
Blogger Sasha said...

I just discovered your sites and I love them. I am a country lover and a daughter of a bigger country lover. My mom dreamed of having a farm as long as I can remember and finally, about 5 years ago, after raising 3 kids on her own, she was able to step outside of the daily grind a bit and take the plunge for a little piece of property. She purchased 5 acres in Weiser, Idaho and has acquired more cats than can be counted, two dogs, plenty of goats, bunches of chickens, and a horse. She longs for something more along the scale of your farm, but is nevertheless very grateful for having what she's got. She also keeps a blog space called FarmFancy.com with farm stories, family stuff, etc. I know that she is going to really enjoy your sites too. I'll be passing along the info. to her. You are a great writer, a courageous, inspirational soul, and a kindred spirit. Thanks for the energy you put into these blogspots. I'm looking forward to delving in and reading more. Be Well!

6/16/2006 5:53 AM  
Blogger Carol said...

Susan, I've been reading your blog "In My Kitchen Garden" for awhile and just discovered these other blogs, and that you wrote for the Kitchen Gardener magazine. I loved that magazine and was sad when they stopped publication. I am enjoying your blogs!

7/26/2006 6:27 PM  
Blogger farmerjulie said...

hi Susan, I just found your blogs. they are wonderful! i too moved from california to idaho to a small farm. i grow flowers, i also had a business that i sold. sometimes i wonder what i am doing :) i will look forward to reading your sites. thanks!
julie

7/03/2007 1:35 AM  

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