The learning curves…

I’ve been thinking a bit about when and how I’d be sharing posts. I wish I could say it was daily or weekly or monthly. Right now, it’s that wonderful zone of life takes priority while it comes at you fast and furious.

One person told me they enjoyed my stories but found the print size of the text to be too small. I would love to fix that, but I’m a bit too much of a novice to know how to adjust that just yet. When I figure it out, I’ll gladly go back and adjust all my posts. On my screen, it looks fine. However, I don’t see any font size adjustments yet anywhere.

For starters, I do take pictures as a hobby. At times, this hobby has produced a nice revenue to support itself. Most times, it gives me great stories to share later.

I am making a point of learning how to blog so I can share my stories, meet people and learn from them along the way.

I’m no expert, in my own eyes. I just am learning new things along the way. The word “photog” I’ve seen thrown around a bit to describe a photographer. I use it peridodically in my stories because to me it sounds pretty cool. Honestly, never said it out loud until a few weeks ago. It really sounded weird to me then…. I can see why someone wouldn’t know what it means. It’s not a natural sounding word.

For the time being, I will work on a few other stories from my days of taking photos. Once I learn how to incorporate pictures into my stories, I will be more than happy to do so. It’s a fun experiment for me. It keeps me feeling as young as I look to learn new technologies and ways of doing things.

If you’re able to comment on my posts, please do so. I appreciate the feedback. I also hope in the future to be a lot more regular. That way, I can interact and learn from my readers.

Until I log in again, have a great safe wonderful day

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