Okay, so I have now come across my first public hiccup. I was able to fix some behind the scene problems between last night and now but have discovered that I still have some other problems. My order/checkout tab and my Google merchants/checkout isn't working. I'm hoping to have this resolved sometime tomorrow. I never thought this website stuff would be easy or confessed any real skill with creating or running websites. This is suppose to be first and foremost a fun hobby of mine. With that said, I really do hope to get this technical stuff under my belt so I can focus on the part I like best.
Rustic Blue Recipes for Happiness Basket
*small rocking chair framed picture w/stand
*framed "House Rules"
*framed " Children Learn What They Live"
*wooden hanging hearts
*wooden heart w/flowers
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If you sleep on it---make it up.
If you wear it---hang it up.
If you drop it---pick it up.
If you eat out of it---wash it.
If you open it---close it.
If you turn it on---turn it off.
If you empty it---fill it up.
If it rings---answer it.
If it howls---feed it.
If it cries---Love it!
Children Learn What They Live
If a child lives with criticism...he learns to condemn.
If a child lives with shame...he learns to feel guilty.
If a child lives with ridicule...he learns to be shy.
If a child lives with tolerance...he learns to be patient.
If a child lives with encouragement...he learns confidence.
If a child lives with approval...he learns to like himself.
If a child lives with acceptance and love he learns to find happiness!
Okay...so I've purchased, assembled, wrapped, taken pictures, and uploaded pictures. I'm as ready as I'm going to be to publish my site. I'm not done adding all my baskets to my product page but want to see how this is going to work. I can't tell how the google cart is going to work since I haven't been able to submit my quantity yet. Remember I only have one of everything now.
Janet Burrup Spencer
Writing about myself here reminds me of all my English assignments at the beginning of the school year were I had to write an essay about myself or one of those get-to-know you socials where everyone has to say several new & interesting things about themselves. I never did get smart and save my answers to use them again. For some reason I always feel hesitant and at times unclear about what I should say about myself that would be interesting. So this is me at a glimpse: I grew up in Rockville, Maryland - went to Wheaton High School - went to Ricks College - met my husband while at school - am a mother of six children - live in Rexburg, Idaho - received my associates' degree from BYU-I in 2011 - actively a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - actively volunteer in the Boy Scouts of America program in Cub Scouts - and like to organize and create things.