Comment on How to Start a Food Blog by Trish.
wow, what if you’re not tech savvy enough to understand much of what you wrote (I struggled thru valiantly)? I think I’ll jus stick to following your blog. I was thinking about starting one about being a nearly 50 yr old equestrian, but it sounds like I ‘ve got lots to learn. Love your blog!
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thanks Malcolm, but it may be that I am just too old. it isn’t your fault. I am sometimes afraid of being so far left behind by technology that one day I won’t be able to get into my house. Sounds like everyone else was able to understand what you wrote. Which scares me further.
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