via Daily Prompt: Yarn
This is my second day of training at Lynda.com. I wanted to start a blog, but had no clue about how to go about it, so I’m taking a class on the other tab currently open on my laptop, while I write out this blog post to practice. Looking around at some of the features of WordPress.com, I found a word of the day challenge. I looked at the site and thought this would be a helpful tool, so decided to follow up with a post relating to the word for today, which is yarn. There are no rules other than to use the word to jump start my creative writing. How fun is that? If I can figure it out, I’ll attach a link to the challenge, but if I’m not successful right away, I’ll come back and try again. Hope you enjoy my own personal story of learning about yarn and how to knit. Continue reading “2nd Day Training/Yarn”
I am so excited to share with you all, that a classmate of mine, Mary Liz Austin, has agreed to let me use one of their beautiful photos as the Header for this blog. Mary and her husband, Terry, are both very accomplished, international photographers. Continue reading “Header Picture Coming Soon”
I promised that I would keep posting as I was learning. I’ve turned to free tutorials and then tried a free trial of Lynda.com to find information that is useful to me. There have been some good pieces of information that I’ve picked up along the way, however a lot of it isn’t geared for someone like me. What I mean by that, is so many of the instructors talk a mile-a-minute. I want to say back to them, “Wait on a minute. I’m old, slow down a bit. I can’t hear you, let along move a cursor around that fast.” So I press pause, “Thank You God for pause buttons,” and listen to it over again. Continue reading “Lessons in WordPress”
After much consideration and prayer, I have decided to give writing a blog a chance. This is a big change for me, and a huge leap of faith. I consider myself a technology dinosaur, so of course, I needed some help. These first several posts will highlight what I learn from a course I am taking. I hope any readers who happen by while I’m practicing will bear with me. Hoping you’ll say a prayer because I’m going to need them. Godspeed! Jules
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