Nasturtiums still blooming, where did that color come from?
Most of us realize pretty quick that there is no one to answer the multitude of questions that we have. Sometimes, we find a friend online who will give us some basic information on how to upload photos, how to keep those photos with the post, how to put a photo on a header that doesn't look giant and many more.
I met a fellow blogger at one of my garden club meetings. Her name is Mary Anne and she is an interior designer who owned a retail design shop for twenty-four years. She had already hired someone to help her with the intricacies of blogging but, as we all know, blogging is not just computer expertise.
We found lots of bargains at Home Depot for my daughter-in-law's alley garden, daylilies for $1.97???
Being about ready to pull her hair out we made a date to do some blog set-ups on the new Template Designer. After figuring out how she could log on to my computer as a new user (she did not have a laptop) we were on a roll, picking a template, choosing colors, print style, adjusting widths, etc., so much to do, so little time.
Miscanthus Pupurescens Flame
It is not over, is it ever? But, Mary Anne is on her way as a new blogger with many more questions, experimentation and friends to meet.
I have spiced up this blog today with some of my waning garden photos. You can visit Mary Anne at http://alwaysrobinseggblue.blogspot.com/