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  • Birthday 10/07/1950
  1. Hi, Julie-- I'm not in Tennessee any more but seeing your post made me think with great fondness of the area. I lived in a tiny little place called Fairfield Glade. It was technically a town (we had our own post office) but it wasn't on any maps. It was off the Peavine Road exit, near Crossville. That was back in the '70s but I still remember the dogwood in the spring. Oh, I also remember the chiggers! Anyway, I just wanted you to know your post brought back many wonderful memories. I adore living in Washington state but Tennessee will always have a place in my heart. If you're ever in my neighborhood (near Seattle) I'd love to get together and talk about....well, everything! Cynthia
  2. Hi, Tawnya-- Are you sticking with Canadian VAs? I'm in Bremerton WA, not all that far south of Pt. Townsend. I don't know how the ferry works up there but I know there is one--OK, I "think" there is one. Let me know.
  3. One of the reasons I get a little concerned about doing things like that online is the security issue. The main reason I use AVG virus protection (www.grisoft.com) is because it's manufactured outside the United States. All companies who make software in the U.S. must build in a back door so government agencies can get into your account if they need to (Homeland Security issue I've been told). That means that hackers just have to find the back door and they're in. I'll be the first to admit I don't know enough about this whole thing to speak authoritatively about it but I thought I'd toss in my 2 cents.
  4. Welcome, Vanessa, and I know we'll all look forward to hearing how you do.
  5. Thanks for all the feedback. I'll let you know when I have it in better shape.
  6. I published my website yesterday (http://www.VirtualCynthia.com). I can see many areas where it still needs work (margins are a big issue). I'm also thinking about changing the font size smaller. I'm home sick today so I'm not doing much today but I'll be on it as soon as I'm feeling better. Thanks in advance for your input.
  7. Oh, definitely--Evonovich and McCaffrey are fabulous! For you historical fiction buffs, I recently read Mary Queen of Scotland and the Isles by Margaret George and it was fabulous. She also wrote one about Cleopatra that was excellent. I still have her Henry VIII one to read but I'm looking forward to it.
  8. Oh dear, now you're going to find out just how strange I really am. I read WAY more than one book at a time. Here goes: With No One As Witness, Elizabeth George (audio at work--yes I get to listen to books at work) Last Man Standing, David Baldacci (paperback to read when I'm on the go) Build a Better Blog, Denise Wakeman and Patsi Krakoff (e-book) Woe Is I, Patricia T. O'Conner (since I recommended it to someone recently I pulled it out to re-read) Get Clients Now!, C. J. Hayden Romancing the Ordinary: A Year of Simple Splendor, Sarah Ban Breathnach (daily inspiration) Children of the Storm, Elizabeth Peters (bedtime reading) Fix-It and Forget-It Recipes for Entertaining, Phyllis Pellman Good & Dawn J. Ranck (research for my cookbook) Authentic Happiness, Martin E. P. Seligman, Ph.D. (fabulous book that focuses on the positive instead of the negative) There's also a book about DreamWeaver in there but it would mean having to get up to get it and I'm feeling a bit lazy right now. I feel like I'm leaving something out but after looking at the list, perhaps not. I'll be finishing up on the Elizabeth Peters book tonight so I'll see what I decide to read next and add it tomorrow.
  9. I love the idea of having some established chat times. If I can help out with any of this, please feel free to let me know. At some point I'd love to see a chat that surrounds blogs. I'm working my fingers to the bone trying to learn as much as I can about them. I'll be watching for the schedule. Oh, mornings don't work for me during the week because I'm at work but evenings (Pacific time) I'm usually around. I pop in periodically but don't find anyone there very often. I'm also frequently available on the weekends. Thanks for taking this on!
  10. Naomi, this looks fabulous. I have to do a little math to see if the tele-class is in this month's budget because I truly want to take that. I know I'll be helping clients with e-zines and this looks like just the ticket for learning how to do it right the first time! Oh, and I'll also be signing up for the affiliate program. After all, my clients will want to know how to produce their own e-zines, even if I'm the one doing most of the work, they'll want to know the nuts and bolts as well. Thanks to you and Dawn for all the work you've obviously put into this e-book.
  11. Candy--It's a great newsletter. Thanks for the tip on mileage rates being increased for the end of this year. Bonus!!!
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