In 1994, my mother bought our current home in Vancouver, Washington, and our mostly DIY (Do It Yourself) Home Renovation adventures began!
I have been thinking a lot lately about what we all can do to make the World a better place, even though we have very busy schedules and lives ourselves.
Life can be very frustrating, and in today’s confusing times, it can be very easy to become selfish and focus on our own needs and issues.
But we are not the only people having hard times, and we can all do a little something to help other people out too!
Sometimes, especially when your WordPress Site has become really popular, you might find yourself needing a little help to maintain postings, comments, questions, etc.
In these cases, adding a new Administrator, Author, Contributor, or Editor to your Site might be just the thing you need! Continue reading Need some help on your Blog or Site? Add a New User!
After five or so years of being out of University, I recently have begun taking classes for a Web Design Certificate at Clark Community College.
Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE learning new things, but on October 23rd, 2016, I REALLY needed a break.
I decided the best thing to get my mind off the paper I was supposed to be writing was to finish painting my front door! Continue reading Need a distraction? Why not paint your front door?
I don’t know about you, but I am super looking forward to Spring! I feel like it’s been Winter forever, and we still have a looooooong time to go until March 20th, when the First Day of Spring arrives. In the mean time, I’ve been hiding in daydreams about what I am going to do in the yard, and the garden in particular, when the cold retreats and I can get started again! Continue reading Spring daydreams…
In a frantic effort to keep busy, despite the snow storms keeping us inside our house in the first two weeks of January 2017, my Mom and I did something we’d meant to do for a long time, but hadn’t gotten around to yet.
In hindsight, we probably should have waited. Continue reading Snowpocalypse 2017 (a.k.a. A Cabin Fever Project)