St. Augustine Quote



Happy Friday!!! I took advantage of a sunny Thursday afternoon and went to the harbour, I made a list of a few things that will be changing on my blog in the next few months.  One of the big ones..  you will be seeing better photographs. Adobe, has been something I have been wanting to learn for a while but haven’t had time, over the next few months I’ll be focusing on Photoshop.

I’ve also been learning code this past year,  you will be seeing a few changes in web design over the next few months to help make the blog more interactive .   If you are interested in learning a little more about code, thought I would share a helpful websiteThe  website is called Code Academy , Code Academy takes you step by step and teaches you HTML and CSS so you can build a interactive website from scratch.  It has helped me out, easy to navigate around and whats great about this site is it’s FREE.


Five Blogs Fridays is something I will be trying out and thought it would be a fun addition. If you want to be on Five Blog Friday, please click follow and leave a comment below. I also have a new Facebook Page you can stop over and take a look.

1) Joanne: Has a great photography blog over at and just spruced it up, hope you will check it out.

2) Karen:  Love the 3 quotes quotes on her blog she writes great book reviews and created “My Statements.”  She helped me out when I first started blogging and gives great blogging advice.

3) Leiah:  A book editor over at So I read This Book Today, helps indie authors polish up manuscripts and writes honest book reviews.  I always enjoy checking out her posts.

4) Snowgood:  Uses the Cubic theme to display photography, the blog shares great photos and enjoy reading his posts about his trips.

5)Ann over at Travels and Tomes shares travel photography and writes about her adventures . I love opening up the post and finding vibrant photos, she also lets people see any recent posts that are available. Good idea!

( I also wanted to give a shout out to blogger Kyrosmagica,  You can check out her blog ) 

If you have any ideas or suggestions let me know in the comments.

Would love to hear from you, 


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  1. If you use Firefox, check out Firebug plugin. There are similar for Chrome or IE, although I’m not familiar with them. Firebug lets you select different places on a web page and see the html or css (and more). Very helpful to try to figure out why something doesn’t look the way you think it should, or to see how someone did something.

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