Excuse the dust

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Setting up a blog takes a while. There are many features, appearance enhancements and basic content issues to slog through. Please excuse the dust as my blog is under construction.

When I begin a painting or drawing, a few steps into the process I become increasingly anxious, and frustrated. That’s the “stupid stage.”

Seems most creative (and creating) folks deal with it as a natural step in the creative process.

But the technology and software causes me further concern. Like any new software program, I am learning the system while attempting to reach the vibrant compelling image of my blog. This thing needs to look good while presenting the (hopefully) interesting content.

My hope is I am not the only writer/artist struggling with the technology. Yes, I have learned many operating systems and programs to design pages, edit and proofread content (the latter not my forte.) But this is my “painful-breaking-in” period.


About mcfar57

Hi, I'm Kathy Edwards McFarland. I'm a writer, editor, and professional artist. Hailing from Abilene, Texas, I married a great guy and transplanted to Denton, Texas - a major music canter thanks to the University of North Texas and Texas Woman's University. Jazz is a major element in my life, so I developed this blog to share local musicians, bands, jazz events, and trends. I have recently become a freelance copy and content editor in book publications. Hopefully, you will tolerate my wandering into books and interesting topics as well as Jazz and music topics.

Posted on October 18, 2011, in Real Life Adventures. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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