Happy New Year

In May of last year, I took a needed break from everyday blogging. In this new year of 2018 I find myself back at it again, but in a more relaxed way on Blogger. I have four blogs in the works, and yes, I know I sound out of my mind, and not relaxed at all, but perhaps the explanation of this decision will make a bit of sense. The plan to write four blogs is a hope to enable each to have a theme. We’ll see if I can make a go of it. Perhaps you will visit and check them out.

I appreciate so much the free blog WordPress has provided me over the years, but since I have run out of photo storage space, and don’t want to pay a big fee again this year to continue, I have moved on to blogger. This in no way is meant as an insult against WordPress. I am forever grateful for the space they provided, and still provide through their amazing service. At this point my Inchworm Garden on Blogger is pretty well launched. As the other blogs develop over time I will add links to them also. Happy New Year, 2018, to all my WordPress blogging friends.

Inchworm Garden – Day by Day in my New Jersey garden.

12 thoughts on “Happy New Year

  1. It’s nice to see your blog again, and I’m glad you are going to give us links to the things you will be writing. I’m babying a rooting coleus in my bathroom. I pinched off the top of one of my small plants and popped it in a tiny vase. It needs water twice a day in this winter-dry house! I already have a special relationship with this baby.

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    1. Timelesslady

      I can’t wait to hear how the baby grows. I love the way they root in water. I have many of my summer coleus over-wintering in the house from the same process.


    1. Timelesslady

      I like WordPress…easier to use, but I am going to Blogger because I want a free blog, if I stay on WordPress I am going to have to pay again, and I don’t want to do that when there are other options available. But I do agree…Wordpress is wonderful.

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