Readers and friends,
This has been a week of extremes. Extreme frustration being the strongest of all the extremes.
Since the outset of my blog, I have been blessed with having a site that was easy to use. I felt comfortable in learning how to use and maintain the site without a lot of fuss. One of the best parts - to me - was the regularity of their contact with me - weekly sending me an email with the number of hits to the site. Even though I knew I wanted to do a makeover of the site this winter, I was feeling positive I could figure it out! However, my site has now been migrated to another service. The site looks and acts different from what I am used to!
I ask lots and lots of patience as I learn to use one.com. I have already discovered that their help window is not helpful to me. Luckily, a friend in town understands this more than I do and has already helped me understand the first steps in learning. As the month goes on, she has agreed to help me learn how to make the site updated and looking good! So far, I have figured out how to add to the pages and with some confusion add my information. I am sure you have figured out how things look differently! Please let me know what you are thinking about how things look.
Tentatively we are looking at doing the major changes between Christmas and New Years. So again please be patient with me as we move forward. It hasn’t helped that I have been really sick with some type of cold/virus thing. I actually took time off from work and stayed in bed. I hate being that sick especially with the sneezing, wheezing and coughing!
Elise has sent in an interview with Cari Lynn Webb. You know how we love to romance up those cowboys! She has also sent in a review of Rhys Bowen’s newest book Perils in Paris. I so appreciate Elise’s great reviews and interviews as I am sure all of you do as well.
Books read this week:
You Can Hide by Rebecca Zanetti
Vanishing Hour by Laura Griffin
A Gentleman Will Never Forget a lady by Emily Windsor
Presently Reading: The Reluctant Countess by Eloise James