Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Saturday, June 27, 2015
Friday, June 19, 2015
Today is the 9th birthday of my blog. When I first started, I was really excited to share with others. I still am excited to share but not sure how many are actually reading the posts.
When I started blogging, Katherine Tyrrell told me that a lot of blogs never made it past the first year. I used that incentive to keep myself blogging even when I didn't feel like it. I only post about once a month now but I still love keeping it going.
I do appreciate all the 100 people who have joined my blog. I have gotten to know many really nice people and have made some really close friends. In fact two are like sisters to me. One is in North Carolina, USA (T) and the other is in Queensland, Australia (Sue). I am tremendously thankful for both of these wonderful women. I don't know what I ever did without them.
I had two brothers growing up and never really wanted a sister. I think I was too selfish with my stuff and wouldn't have wanted to share like my brothers had to. But I found two that are keepers.
Thanks to all for sharing my journey thru the blog world. Thanks for sharing my journey thru art. And thanks for reading my ramblings (at times) and for leaving comments. I hope to keep up my blogging for many years to come.
Sunday, June 14, 2015
This is my 3rd painting for The Virtual Paintout. For a couple of months, I couldn't figure out how to get the URL for the photos. They have changed the whole look and all the buttons, etc. I do not like the look of the new Google Street View. I found nothing wrong with the old one. For awhile, you could choose to revert to the old look. Now when I try that, it pops me to other screens. You also can't get a complete full screen and get rid of several things that are on the screen in the way.
So I finally figured out where the URL was and will just have to ignore the other things I don't like. Also hope that someone at Google doesn't have more time on their hands to figure out other ways to make cruising thru other countries more difficult.