Hello, everyone. A quickie note — there’s been a lot going on here.
Between school and spring yard clean-up and mulching, birding and outings, music lessons, and planning for the spring break week off (next week…eeek!), I’ve not had any time to put a new post together. It’s not because I haven’t tried; hopefully I will be able to crank some out row during the time off.
When was it you last visited the blog rather than read in your RSS feed or in your email inbox? That is, actually going to dirtnkids.wordpress.com home page? Even though I’ve not been regularly blogging (writing, reading), you might enjoy how I keep things from getting too stagnant at my digital home-away-from-home.
Its a bit like moving the furniture whenever I get bored. (My husband hates that, by the way, so I do it here instead.)
When you do visit, a ‘sticky post’ with nature sound will be playing for your listening pleasure while you browse (I change this in Admin), a ‘Trending Dirt’ section of posts recently visited by others (others change this), and a handful of WordPress Blogger Posts that I enjoyed reading (changes with every ‘like’ I click).
Go ahead…click away! And certainly comment if you like…I’d love to hear from each and everyone one of you! Cheers…and happy spring-y days.
~ Shannon @ DirtNKids Blog
Hi all. I’ve created a third set of pages called ‘Dirt Play.’ You’ll find it at the top of the blog’s home page with the other menu items.
I love organizing my digital space, and you’ll love the sweet, happy, dirt-y faces that greet you there. Within it are links to the Keyhole, the Lasagna Square Foot, and the more recent School Gardens project. Go ahead…click the link!
“Laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face.” ~ Victor Hugo
However it is you celebrate this time of the year — Christmas, Hanukkah, Solstice — we wish for you all to have a safe and relaxing, laughter-infused winter break.
And a Happy New Year too!
~ Shannon @ DirtNKids
“If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be.” ~ Maya Angelou