The fallish nights are making me want to sleep in. The energy it takes to hobble around the house without my boot makes me want to sleep in. Wouldn’t you think I’d be happy as a pig in mud to get out of that steel boot. However, I could go faster with less pain. But recovery means moving forward.
I’ve got two sleeping doggity dogs sprawled across my lap as I type at my desk top. Which means the only way I can hold them both up is to have my legs crossed. Oh, what we do for our furry ones.
This photo I got the other day sent Charlie Ross into spasms of anger. That squirrel must have a big mouth!
Now onto my experience with WordPress after nearly a month using it.
Love it! Really. I’ve had no problems I couldn’t figure my way out of. Or have Claudia figure it out for me. Thanks Claudia!
I love that I no longer have to worry about spacing. It’s right on the mark every time. It doesn’t shift font or font size on me every time I turn around. In fact it never does. To me it actually seems much easier to write and publish posts.
When I’ve had a problem my host could help me with, or I hoped they could anyway, I’ve called Blue Host. Frankly, the 24 service with technical support in the United States has me sold. I want to be able to talk to someone when I’m having problems. I don’t want to wait for an email.
Because my describing the problem and their being able to figure out what I mean in my not-so-technical verbiage is much easier when you can hear one another speak. Top notch support.
WordPress is very user-friendly to write your posts on and add photos. I should have done this sooner.
So my experience so far has been fantastic.
I’ve heard lots of stories where bloggers get designers to switch them over, and then they really don’t have much knowledge to fall back on to get them going.
Claudia, get your blog mentoring business going! She has saved my butt too many times to count. I hope she isn’t running a tab. She has been instrumental in making this a good experience for me!