In August 2010 I started Harleywoman Writes: Celebrating and savoring the last year of teaching, and I am grateful for the many readers who followed my posts through that school year as I wrote and prepared myself for retirement. On the last day, I sat in my empty classroom and wrote the last entry, not realizing until later that it truly needed to be the last entry of Harleywoman Writes.
But Harleywoman has not finished writing, and this blog shall represent the transformation into a new life. I hope that you will follow my adventures and discoveries as I explore the newness of retirement in Harleywoman Writes Again!
You may be wondering about the different header photos; there are five of them. Photography is one of my hobbies and I took the photos in various locations. The daylily photos are from my own garden in New Hampshire. The grass photo was taken in Rapid City, South Dakota, in 2004. The grazing buffalo was taken at Custer State Park in South Dakota in 2010. The mountain photo has a weird sky because I created it by merging together several individual photos; it was taken in 2005 near Denali National Park in Alaska; we were fortunate to be there when “The Mountain” wasn’t hidden by dense cloud cover.