Ask me anything about Stage 1a Lung Adenocarienoma, cats, knitting (except about yarn types). Ask me how to program your remotes, how to take apart a belt sander—replacing the cord and switch assembly.
Ask me what the best form of procrastination is, how to refinish furniture, to do laundry, to fold a fitted sheet, how to face your fears.
Not that I’m an expert in any of these areas, but I kind of know what I’m talking about if asked to discuss them. In other words, I don’t have to act like I know what I’m talking about, because I have experience in various areas, and when I attempt to do something, I will work hard to master the skill, or die trying.
WordPress—you are foreign to me. Sure, I can take the tours, but as stated above, I am a skilled procrastinator.
When I started blogging, I never realized that there was an entire world of people who may also have a desire to blog. I didn’t realize that anybody would, in any way, want to read what I ramble about. My blog was initially intended for my family and the universe—especially the black holes.
My daughter taught me how to write and publish, and I figured out how to link, and share my blog on Facebook.
I have an email specifically for WordPress communications, and I know how to reach that email, but I don’t know where it shows on my posts. I don’t know how to make it show, so that someone can contact me personally if they wish. If someone has emailed me, I have no clue where it went, because it isn’t on my specified address.
Ugh. Please help. I have used the search function, and patience—to run through all that pops up—which includes this subject, is thin as usual.
This isn’t pretty, but I’m looking for something beautiful. Hope you are too!