“The RoseBouquet”

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“The RoseBouquet”

Creating Ease in My Day

My renovations of this site, Ruthes-SecretRoses.com, is coming along, slow but sure. I’m hoping later today to finish off the last of the pages in the rsr/ folder with the new look. Then I must move into the A/ (Arbour) section. I KNOW that my “Get Acquainted” forms are not working! Last week I heard from someone who had filled out all those questionnaires about herself, her family, her interests, and so forth, and the forms had NOT forwarded them to me. This is getting URGENT!

I’m rearranging my weekly work schedule because of these blogs, and although I haven’t got it all down to a pat routine yet, and I still want to do more tweaking on the look and feel of this blog site, I do breath a bit easier because my pace is more comfortable.

But that’s not all. I’ve decided to give up a complicated affiliate program that was taking more and more time, (with warnings of costs coming up in fall), and since it hasn’t borne any fruit for me yet, I decided it would be better to let it go. Suddenly that puts a bit more ease and elastic into my days too. (Relief-sigh)!

For a number of years I’ve faithfully read a large group of ezines, and kept abreast of developments on the net, and in various areas of writing, and web design. Over the last few months, as I’ve been transitioning into my Linux operating system, and had some crashes, I’ve been too focused on overcoming problems and climbing my steep learning curve. This week, I’ve finally had bits of time to read some ezines again, and I feel like I’m getting back in touch with the world once more.

What’s more, they give me ideas for articles to write!

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