The Post Pipeline II

Tonight I have been thinking about what to write about and nothing seems to be ready to leave my wandering mind and commit itself to a post.

I then started thinking about some of the posts that I plan on writing in the future. I remembered that last year I had written a post called The Post Pipeline.

I decided to go back and see if I had written the posts that I mentioned as being in the pipeline.

John Miller, Amish Minister

John A. Miller – Amish Minister

I did write the post Amish in Oregon? that I mentioned and have also written a post about Amish in Oklahoma. In the pipeline now is a post about Amish in Mississippi.

I have also written more posts in my Religion in Family History series and have a few more posts that I am researching or are just wandering around in my thoughts.

Eye-Witnesses to Wagon Trains West - James Hewitt - Wagons West - Donner Party - Mormons - Gold Rush - Manifest DestinyI mentioned two posts in the pipeline about my family’s involvement in California History. They have not been completed and I really need to start thinking about them again. Especially since I have some additional resources that will help in the research for them.

Louisa May Alcott - Authors Card Game - Whitman - An Old-Fashioned Girl - Card GameI also mentioned that a post about the Authors Card Game was in the pipeline. The post was written and also a follow up: Authors Card Game – Genealogy

I have also started reading An Old-Fashioned Girl by Louis May Alcott, which is one of the few books from the card game that I haven’t read.

Anne of Green Gables - L. M. Montgomery - Prince Edward Island - Canada - Culture I am also thinking about another post about Anne of Green Gables. During my recent trip to Canada I started reading through the series of books again.

The picture above is an older picture of my L. M. Montgomery shelf. I have replaced the first two books with editions that have the same spine design as books 3-6. Unfortunately, I don’t think they every issued 7-8 in the same design. I have not been able to find them.

Charlotte's Web, Spider Web, Orb Spider, Wilbur, Newbery Honor book,I also ended up writing two E. B. White posts that had been in the pipeline. Charlotte’s Web and The Trumpet of the Swan made it out of the pipeline.

The other big item in the pipeline was a trip to Israel. I have written many posts about the trip. You can find a list of them on the Israel page.

Other posts that are currently in the pipeline include a couple about Thanksgiving, one about Veterans’ Day and maybe some more classic Christmas cards in December.

I also will be writing some posts about Turkey as I start the research for my trip there next year.

Now I have lots of ideas and just need to get rid of the block in the pipeline 🙂


Ankerstein - Anker Building - Anker Church - Blocks

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9 Responses to The Post Pipeline II

  1. Glenda McDougal says:

    Very eclectic post 🙂 Thanks!!

  2. vanbraman says:

    Thanks Glenda, my interests are often described as eclectic. I wander all over the place 🙂

  3. Just the right blog. Sometimes, you need to go back and review. And sometimes we need to say, “Hey, I forgot I was interested in that!” DO write about Anne of Green Gables. She’s a favorite.

  4. Boomdeeadda says:

    At least they’re in the pipeline, mine are all giggling around in the brain..Boomdee Bot 5000 needs a reboot, HA. What on earth is going on with the table? You’re so mysterious 😉

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