10 thoughts on “Changes in My Website”

  1. Looks wonderful. I especially like the cover photo of the frosted ivy. Very nice.
    Only question is; how do I let you know I liked your post or is that not part of the site?

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    1. I will try to put a like button on it one of these days. To be completely honest, I don’t know how to do it, so I need to study. The nice thing about the WordPress.com site is that they did all that for me. The new site is using WordPress.org and I need to figure out plugins to do the things I want on there, and I’m still researching and learning. I’m also going to put better contact information on the new site, and lots more recipes, and…..boy do I have ideas! Now, I just need knowledge and time!

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        1. No kidding! I read, and tried to put a “like” button on the new blog. I wonder if I have to make a new post for it to show up, or do something else, cause it wasn’t there when I looked! Oh, well, something new every day–that’s my goal for a while here!

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  2. I was able to access your new blog using both links you provided; the one in the post and the one in one of your responses to a comment. πŸ™‚ I left a comment on the new post about cooking for a crowd. Hope it went through.

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