Thank you for your great, interesting and witty posts of last week, bloggie friends!
THE STORY ABOUT THE WAY WE NOW LINK
Since the rules for editing have changed, and wordpress went over completely to the Gutenberg editor last
week, I tried to work for 2 whole days on imbedding the code for the photo link, and have not been able to do it.
That shows you I’m not a computer geek, like many of the wordpressors are.
Although to my surprise, when the first change in the summer came to this new block editor,
there were already 3 million wordpressors who had purchased the previous editor!!
The problem is, it costs at least $100- per year (by now I have forgotten
the specifics (if it was for a year or part of a year). Since I’m retired, our income greatly shrunk.
Sooo, that means I am joining the old fashioned way wordpress people link
(untill I figure our how to embed the linky code) WE NOW LINK by putting your permalink in your comment.
(example of last weeks post – if I were linking to All Seasons –
YOU LINK IN THE (that is, YOUR COMMENT) on the bottom of the post.
On WordPress I can have links in my comments,
without any effect, so no worries about that.
All Seasons runs each week from Sunday through Wednesday, midnight, Texas time
Of course the comment section stays open,
but I can’t quarantee I have the time to respond If you link later, since my weeks for memes/challenges
I participate in myself run from Wednesday to the the next
NEED TO KNOW
links and images of other than your own blog, is seen as advertisement, and comment will be removed..
The Grape vine stretch running from Southern California to Northern Californian prettiest in spring
Even in the city spring softens the brick and shadows are romantic, not harsh
Lake Hughes, right before entering the Los Angeles basin
One of the great places to visit are the botanical Gardens