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I’m back…

22 Jun

I knew it had been a long time since I’ve written on my blog, but had no idea it was 3 years. Another move, family concerns and other things have filled my time. Then when I tried to get back into my site I had some problems. But hopefully that has been corrected. I found this draft of a post I had started, but never finished. I have no idea what else I was intending to write so will publish as is:

September 29, 2019

I really enjoyed the drive through Iowa today. Lots of up and down hills. The soil must be much richer than Nebraska as most places with hill were covered with crops instead of grassland. Nebraska had more green grass than usual for this time of year, but in Iowa the green was much brighter. It was so pretty to come up over a hill and see all the shades of greens, golds, and browns. I wash I could have captured it all on camera, but most of it is just pictures in my mind.

Many of the hills seemed to steep to farm, but I’m sure the wide front tractors give a lot more stability than the tricycle shaped tractors of my childhood.

Tumbleweeds2seashells

17 Feb

I’m in the process of creating a sister site tumbleweeds2seashells.  Since I haven’t been able to find the Bueno theme that I use on this site, I’m trying one called Plane.  I will need to refer back to my early posts in the Technology category where I recounted what I was learning as I created this site.

Although I will be working on the new site, I still intend to post to this site.  One of the posts currently in process in an update to My Spiritual Journey.

Please consider following me to stay abreast of future postings.

 

Site Navigation

11 Feb

For those of you who haven’t yet read my website/blog and for my technically challenged friends-here is a description that might help you find your way around. Across the top are these selections: Home–displayed when you come to the site; About–where I tell why I started the blog and the things it contains; Feature Photos–I only have a few up, but plan to add more; and Art–like Photos, I have some but plan to add more. There are drop down selections for the Photos and Art.

Below these headings, on the left side are the two options for navigating the site: Categories–I presently have 10 selections; and Archives–where you can select posts by month. The number beside each selection shows how many posts are in each category/month.

Also on the left is where you can follow my blog. Below that are the top Posts and Pages that people have viewed. Under this is the Calendar, where you can click and see the number of posts in any given month to display.

The right side of the page displays my posts, displayed consecutively beginning at the most recent. At the bottom of each post is a place to like, share, and comments. The very bottom of the page lists the WordPress blogs I follow , plus a link to my Facebook page ‘LeNel’.

I designed the site myself and even though at times it was very frustrating (see my early posts in the Technology category) I learned so much and am pleased with my results. Please check it out and leave your opinion.

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