Category Archives: Blogging

almost 7 decades and counting and still learning….

Tech Terms–RSS-Really Simple Syndication (for REAL?)

Personal computing is relatively an early concept. Has it been only about 40 + years ago that I could buy my first personal computer? I thought at that time, “Wow, a device to simplify so much of my life: word … Continue reading

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Commitments for My Future, from An Alaskan Indian Elder

I while back I decided to write a Blog, I assumed I had something to say. At first I just wrote about whatever I was interested for the moment. Since I am 70+ years old I was sure I had … Continue reading

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Blogging Is Not Easy

I have lately been going over and over in my mind what I should blog about. What would anyone out there in cyberspace find interesting about life in our small section of the world in South Central Texas. I started … Continue reading

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Be Careful Blogging

My daughter and I talked about the dangers of blogging over coffee this morning. One point we agreed upon was that there are pitfalls to the unwary. We decided to warn others about the ones we feel are important to … Continue reading

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Nature’s Knowledge

On June 29, 2012 I wrote a blog “Witness, Wait, Wonder” I described the devastation Fritillary butterflies were making of my passion vines. I hoped I could let them continue to eat the leaves of the passion vines and hoped … Continue reading

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Trapped, Hogtied, Reeled In

Technorati Tags: Facebook,no escape,tricked I would be trapped, hogtied or reeled in if I do not resist the constant notices in my email. Facebook will not let me go and continue to try to get me again since I escaped … Continue reading

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March Madness

An oriental poppy bloomed in our garden to remind me I need to catch up on a few things as the new year is rolling right along. I cannot believe it. It has been many months since I wrote my … Continue reading

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Expect The Unexpected

Darn……………broke my right wrist in two places. I am right-handed so typing with my left hand is a challenge. I will make this short…..While Iwas taking care of my wrist, I received 1875 comments on this blog. To date I … Continue reading

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Going Up or Down?

Read first! Warning!! Have I been hacked? I found a real problem today while adding a new post. I have been moderating comments from the beginning of using wordpress. I never noticed anything odd before just now. On every post … Continue reading

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Problems with wordpress.org blog-comments

I found a real problem today while adding a new post. I have been moderating comments from the beginning of using wordpress. I never noticed anything odd before just now. On every post I added I have the same 3 … Continue reading

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