Wow! And here I thought I had sorta crested the first hump on my very slow ascent up this mountain into the blogsphere. Admittedly, I’m a little out of breath up here, and now people are asking how to “follow my blog”.
Well, that’s a good question. Let me pour myself another cup of tea (left over from this morning, nice and potent that way), wake up the website genie and see what he says. Hold on, I’ll be right back….
Hmm. Not sure that helped. I signed up Google Plus, but my “new” facebook account is being contrary. I’m thinking there must be a button somewhere that I’m not pushing that would make the process easier for any aspiring “social media followers” to this project. Haven’t found it, yet.
Now, before anyone under 35 starts rolling their eyes at an old woman’s technological ineptitude, please understand that I’ve “come a long way, baby”, (to quote a commercial that played long before many of you were born.) Case in point, a few years ago, a tech person was on the phone talking me through some problem solving steps for my computer at work. I knew they were speaking English, I just knew it–had the right American accent and everything. But alas, communication was a bit of a challenge.
And so, by way of apology, I offer this olive branch:
There once was a broad from Ne-VAA-duh,
Who could really grow a to-MAA-duh
But it was really a slog
To follow her blog
And quite a bit irritate-ah. (Okay, so YOU find something that rhymes with Nevada, as in Missouri!)
Now, if that doesn’t scare you off this site, then you are either made of stout stuff, a glutton for punishment; or a family member. Granted, I’m not a poet; that would be my husband. In my defense, however, I have just self-published a fun, short devotional book entitled God Loves Dogs which can be viewed on Amazon (paperback or Kindle version). My mom bought one…..thanks, Mom.
In the meantime, I will continue to try to find an easier way to “follow” this blog, in case anyone is interested. Kind souls please feel free to send technical suggestions. Creative souls please find another word that rhymes with, you know, Ne-VAA-duh.