In response to today’s prompt HOMAGE, I am repeating this post as my way of paying homage to WordPress, its worldwide community, and its amazing Blogging University: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/homage/
I started blogging about three weeks ago, sent 11 posts into the mysterious electronic universe out there, got a few likes, a couple of followers, and some comments. Today I stopped, looked at my blog, and decided that it was too chaotic. “Too busy,” as the graphic artists say. For my own peace of mind, as well as my own aesthetic sense, it needs to be organized. It is especially relevant for me now since my main motivation to start this blog was to share my Shavuos recipes in memory of my father. I have already started preparing for Shavuos, and I want this set of recipes be clearly identifiable as a set, yet easy to find individually.
I have to confess that I am technically challenged and computer illiterate. I am definitely nothing like my husband who would press this, click that, open something else, and – voila!…
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