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Look at me GO!

Look at me GO!

Who knows what kind of content there will be in this post. It’s all about learning to maximize my ability to use the tools available to me. I was recently challenged inspired to push my capabilities and decided to have fun with it. Thanks D and D!

Just moving stuff around.

Bee right back
Bee right back

“You don’t know what you don’t know”

No idea who said it but it’s true
Non posed picture but really how adorably cute are they?

Now here’s the real question? Will I hit publish? Will I perhaps use “schedule” a post which I have never done? Will I just trash it? Only time will tell?

Comments, as always welcome. If you are a blogger you will appreciate the learning curve! An hour and two videos later I have learnt a few things and have a sore neck!



I have had a love of the written word for my entire life. It's no surprise that eventually I found a platform where I could write. It's random; sometimes funny, occasionally sad, maybe even at times from anger and I lean towards creative photography and hands on crafts. I have a few blogs that high light these interests.

9 thoughts on “Look at me GO!

    1. Thanks Janis. It was a good challenge for myself. I have been like you and just kept it simple. Changed the colour occasionally and the theme a couple of times.


  1. Look at you go, Bernie! I love that you are experimenting, having fun and sharing with us.
    I think that it was Socrates who is attributed with saying “You don’t know what you don’t know”. Good thing that we often have the power to change this!


  2. Always good to learn something new. Even better, when my brain can remember how I did it. Not sure who said this one, but it is similar to a quote by Donald Rumsfeld. Hope all is well Bernie. Allan

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  3. Over the years I’ve try lots of different ways to present my blog posts. It’s fun to try new things, but when time is short I go with the tried and true.


    1. I did learn a lot about the new editor so that was worth the increased time. The rub is that to remember it I have to use those brain cells! I am working on a another one that incorporates some new skills.
      Thanks for dropping in again and commenting on my no content only skills post!

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