Think low and think high.
Oh, the thinks you can think up
if only you try!
I have often needed help during my first year on the internet. I still barely understand 21st century technology. Other writers always answer my how toquestions. More importantly, fellow bloggers comment on articles, award them and promote my blog without expecting anything in return. What an unexpected example of Christian charity for a ‘stranger’ who is a novice on the computer. For example, seeker told me what a Daily Prompt was and how to link to another blog. I had struggled for an hour to get the link to work. Here I unwittingly inserted an extra http so nothing worked!
As well, people often send information on publishing, especially my dear friend Isabel Anders. She even wrote a glowing endorsement to send with my proposals to editors and publishers. I am not sure I live up to her description but it sure sounds impressive.
“Melanie Juneau—motherofnine9—knows that a woman’s ground of creativity lies as close as her child’s heart. In her delightful stories and memories of mothering nine children, she shows how a Christian mother bathed in love brings all the power and light embodied in her faith to that most important sphere of hope, the family.”
—Isabel Anders, author of Blessings and Prayers for Married Couples and Miss Marple: Christian Sleuth.
Badge made for me at CatholicMom.com by Sarah Reinhard.
Badge made for Catholic Bloggers Network by Monica McConkey of Equipping Catholic Families is displyed at the top of this article
thematticuskingdom gave me advice and guidance on how to write on photos
Thank-you everyone. You can only guess how much I appreciate your constant help, advice and encouragement. I pray that I will pay it forward every day