Amazingly enough, I just figured out how to create a blogroll and added links to six of you under the heading of Blog Book Tours. This was a major hurdle for me, as I suffer acute anxiety when confronted with confusing new computer challenges.
A couple of years ago, at my husband’s suggestion, I enrolled in a course in Dreamweaver web design at the local community college. I was by far the oldest student there, and the only one either nervy enough or stupid enough to ask any questions. The instructor was super-speedy; even worse, she had a truly unintelligible Russian accent. Before the third class, I suffered a panic attack so acute that I ended up having an EKG at the doctor’s office. Next day, I withdrew – and I still don’t know Dreamweaver. Rather ironic, since I graduated with distinction from a couple of Ivy League schools.
If I can actually learn to enjoy fooling around with internet stuff without asking my hubby for advice, it’ll be a major win! Speaking of my husband, we celebrated our 34th anniversary today (May 3) with dinner at a great new Albany restaurant – New World Bistro Bar, for those of you in the area, and I know Alexis is.
I’ll add more links tomorrow. Now, I’ll try seeing if the ones I added actually work. I’ll post more about my community organizing seminar as well – thanks to those of you who asked.