This Aboriginal quote was on a section divider in Christina Baker Kline's novel, "The Exiles." I probably shouldn't admit it, but I didn't finish the book. I usually like Kline's books. Maybe I wasn't in the mood for that particular novel at that particular time.
But the quote struck a chord. I remembered it again as I contemplated my "blogiversary." On Sunday, I celebrated my 11th blog anniversary. I first clicked "publish" on Blogger on January 24, 2010. Today was my 1,971st blog post.
|This photo illustrated my first blog.|
|This isn't even half of them. |
I started Kim's County Line, in part, to tell the story of our farm. It's important WE tell the story of agriculture. The tagline on the blog says, "Camera Clicks and Commentary from a Kansas Farm Wife." I hope that it also serves as a record of a period of time and a snapshot of Kansas rural life.
... This is dedicated to my family - the ones I love and cherish now and ones down the road who I hope will discover something about us as they read our story.From 2014:
... We are thankful for our ancestors who also farmed this land and look forward to continuing the legacy of faith, farm and family in the years to come.
- a selection of my photo notecards, or ...
- a copy of "Count on It! Adventures from a Kansas Farm" my rhyming, farm-themed counting book, ...
- OR a revamped version of my farm alphabet book
Again, I thank you!