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Like every one I use a variety of services to bring my blog to you.

Most obvious is WordPress. Without WordPress I wouldn’t have a blog and if it had taken more to sign up than just my email address I still probably wouldn’t have a blog. I greatly enjoy WordPress.

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This blog is brought you from P…….. City Library, though technically it is a district library now… I come here most week days and write up my post. Yay for internet.

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It is also brought to you by T-Mobile, our family has used it for years. During the weekends and in the morning I use the hot spot for checking other blogs, keeping up with comments, and writing the occasional post.

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The photo edits are thanks to Krita, my favorite free digital picture editing software. It is easy to use and has fun options.

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I also think this blog is partially because of A my oldest sister, without her encouragement I doubt I would have had the courage to actually sign up.

And I want to give a final thanks to my photographer M. She’s great.

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Blog # 50

October/ 26/ 2018/ 3:35pm Lat. Same Long. Same

ccording to the page counter today is my fiftieth post, this is super exciting.

I woke up a little earlier this morning, but had a lay in. After getting up I had a tolerable breakfast of oatmeal. As soon as breakfast was  over we did family memory work.

I washed the breakfast dishes, then restarted my  computer. I caught up on all the blogs I follow.

Around nine I went on a twenty minute hunt for my wallet, since I couldn’t find it I went with mom as a passenger to the Mennonites. Halfway there we realized we were low on gas, so we went all the way to town to get some. Upon seeing how different the gas station looks, we figured it had been at least a year and a half since we had last been there.

We got to our first planned stop and then the truck of bulk food drove up. (the bulk food company is Joe Smith, look it up) After getting our peanuts from there, we drove to the produce shop and got two bushels of apples and four squash. It was cold so I put on my new coat. The produce shop will close soon.

Just before we turned onto the main road home, we saw that there was a “wet paint” truck stopped in our lane. We went around it. A mile or so later we came upon the actual painters. Half a mile later they stopped on the top of a hill so we couldn’t pass. When they restarted they were going a little faster. Eventually we came to a place where we could pass them, which we did.

By the time we got home D had started lunch. I went and did some reading. After lunch I read some blogs I plan to follow and finally got around to posting the book I plan to write for Nanowrimo. “Aleah Ash”

At two I went and had a shower to get ready for Sabbath. When I got out I cut up vegetables for tomorrows lunch. I was almost done when M got out of the shower, she is wearing her new skirt. We got is second hand from Salvation Army, but we looked up the tag (Ralph Lauren) on it to see how expensive it would be new and couldn’t find it. Based on similar things though it costs at the very least $300.

I finally came to the library and wrote up today’s post.

 

Help! And Some Other Things

First of all did you now WordPress doesn’t consider WordPress to be a word.

Second does any one else get tons of likes and no views or visitors.

How exactly are views and visitors different?

I’m getting over a cold.

I am finally working on sanding the cedar chest.

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My family is getting ready for winter.

I’m in charge of fixing supper

I’m hesitating on pushing the button to start participating in NaNoWriMo.

I have over twenty followers.

I read the vast majority of a bloggers posts before I follow them.

Why do bloggers not like their early posts, they aren’t that different from what they do now frequently?

I don’t like how WordPress Follower shows what I’m following, so I use Bloglovin’.

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I should go, see you.