I can play the helpless southern lady to perfection after years of practice. But in fairness to myself, I am pretty sure I just assume I can’t do certain things . . . . . especially technological tasks. I am pumped that with some pretty clear directions from greetingsfromindia.wordpress.com, I changed the tagline, and entered Zero to Hero on on my post page. Until now, I didn’t even know I had a tagline! Well, I knew that statement was on the top of the page, but Erin, my tech angel,had set me up with the blog in India. She did all these tasks for me. I can’t wait to tell her!
I have decided to keep the original name of TalesAlongTheWay because it is clear and easy to remember. It does indicate travel, learning, and stories. I did change the tagline. The new one is: Life’s journey to discover tales of history, culture, and faith from New York to India and places along the way. The first one was more ambiguous. The new one is a tad long. . . . .isn’t it hard to be clear in just a few words?
And for the widget, I am not sure it is actually one but the title of the challenge is there. That is better than nothing, right?
I can’t resist telling just one story about the name of the blog. When I was talking about doing this and thinking of names, I was going to have a blog about India and was going to use it in the title. My son, Christian, suggested that I might not want to limit myself when we returned to New York. After all, I had loved teaching writing and really enjoyed being part of Mesa Writing Project. He was right and I have continued telling tales from New York, Italy, and places along the way including more tales from incredible India.
Here I sit waiting for directions for Day #3!
Now you know the rest of the story of naming TalesAlongTheWay . . . . . . . . . .