My name is H.A. Larson and I am a Woman of a Particular Age. I occasionally write ghostly and horror novellas, as well as some editorials for different publications, from my desk in the Midwest. I'm a hiker, adventurer, and traveler. I'm an ex-pat in-training that likes wine and Renaissance Faires. I'm a music fanatic and I much prefer a book over television.
You all know how much I've grown and changed as an author, something you've witnessed from a handful of posts I've made over the last few years, but recently I've noticed that I've grown and changed as a blogger as well. I don't think I really ever set out to be a blogger, but rather I started blogging as a way to get myself out there as an author and give people glimpses into my work. Along the way though, over these past five years, I've grown into a blogger as well.
I think back on how much different my blog looks now as opposed to then, and the different design changes it's gone through. I like looking through my old posts now and again to see the fun things I've done over the years, and since I've been struck with the old wanderlust lately, I was thinking about my one and only trip (so far) outside of North America: Ireland. I thought, "I'll go back and look at my fun vacation posts I made when I got back." However, lo and behold, I only had two scant-reference posts, one post with some castle pictures (no words), and one post with one lone picture! I was aghast! It was then that I realized how much I've grown as a blogger since then, and I think about how much different my Irish trip posts would be if I had taken the trip now.
So, in honor of my life-changing trip to Europe, I'm going to make a small series of posts dedicated to that trip. Called "Remembering Ireland", I'm going to re-explore my wonderful week there with the posts I should have made. Until then, here's one of my favorite shots from that trip:
Standing on the shoreline of the Burren, looking out over the Atlantic Ocean during sunset.
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