• Blog merge work

    As I mentioned in an earlier post, I have merged my 2 blogs into one site.  With the merge, I’ve also cleaned up my site a bit, updated my About Me page and some other backend work.  It’s been a bit of a process, but honestly, I’ve loved every minute of it.  😀 Please remember to update your RSS feed to, when you get a chance, http://WGCreates.com/feed. Thanks! Save Save Save

  • Sites I like to read

    I’ve been looking to make some changes, not only the look of this site, but also how I use it.  I wrote briefly about working with different social media sites and Annie Kate from Tea Time with Annie Kate suggested a site to look up, by Amy Lynn Andrews.  The minute I got on that site, I knew I was going to get a lot of info from there, and I was right.  I’m still gleaning lots of information, thanks for the suggestion Annie Kate!  😀 One of the things Amy suggests is a site called Pocket to bookmark articles you want to read later.  Between reading a lot on…

  • Photo Friday ~ 2/24

    I didn’t take too many photos this past week.  I had planned to when I visited family up in the mountains, I even brought my camera.  But it was so relaxing at my sister’s, I just didn’t pull it out to take anything.  I just sat with family and enjoyed our time together.  Definitely not a bad thing, just wish I had thought of photos. I did get some other photos though, this is my latest crochet project.  It doesn’t look like it yet, but this is going to be a wrap.  I don’t like working long chains, so this is how wide it will be, and now I’m working…

  • End of Homeschooling

    End of homeschooling equals the beginning of learning.  That’s what I’ve been thinking lately, that the end of our homeschool journey has been the beginning of my learning journey.  I’ve always enjoyed learning new things, though I didn’t really like school.  Once I graduated my desire for learning grew, and I wanted to take some college courses.  The change was, I wasn’t being forced to go to school and learn things that really didn’t interest me.  With college courses, I got to pick what I wanted to learn, and it was my choice to go.  I didn’t go for a 4 year degree, but did take courses for what I…