First of all: Holy cow, this was hard…I am not an artist…at all…hopefully that story made even an ounce of sense…
Second: I’ve realized that my stick figures look even more lacking in artistic talent when they’re blown up on a computer screen. Um, I’m pretty sure I need to go back to kindergarten now…
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6 thoughts on “a story without words”
Well, obviously, you’re still thinking about Parker and remembering your trip to NY. Do you hear from him much and how is he doing on his mission? Have you heard from BYU about your acceptance? Miss you.
Parker and I email pretty often, and as far as I know, he’s doing great! No, I still haven’t heard back from BYU, but I’m expecting to hear back sometime in the next few weeks. I’ll keep you posted! I miss you too!
A child-like innocence peeps out of each one here. Keep them coming!
Haha, I’m glad you enjoyed my simple little sketches! Thanks for reading!
Heya this is kinda of off topic but I was wanting to know if blogs use WYSIWYG editors or if you have
to manually code with HTML. I’m starting a blog soon but have no coding expertise so I wanted
to get guidance from someone with experience.
Any help would be enormously appreciated!
I apologize for the amount of time it’s taken me to reply to your comment! I have limited coding knowledge as well – I just signed up for a blog through WordPress, and they basically take care of the coding for you. If you do want a little more freedom with the appearance of your blog, signing up for a blog through Blogger is a different route you could go, and they do still have themes and templates for you to use if you don’t want to worry about coding. As for WYSIWYG editors, I don’t know what those are, but I do know that at least for my blog I don’t have to manually code anything. Hopefully that helps answer your question!