Saturday, October 4

I'm a Webmaster!

Our church, St. Helens Community Bible Church, was in desperate need of a useful website, so I bit the bullet and offered my meager skills for the job. I really do love doing it and wish I had more time to take classes and keep up on CSS and XHTML and Javascript and all that fun stuff, but I just can't right now. So I fumble along and barely am able to keep my head above water. I have a couple pages still under construction as I am trying to get the content from other parties (who knew that would be the biggest challenge?), and I have more pages and helpful things I want to add in the future. Still, with all its flaws, this site is a far sight better than our last one, if I do say so myself.

Oh, and by the way, once I figured out what an FTP client was, I was totally in love with that application, particularly FileZilla. Neato!


a portland granny said...

I've just caught up on all of your posts. You people have been living an exciting life..raccoons, play time in the park, overnighters, etc. Sounds like a fun, happy, joy filled life! Good for you!

But my two favorite pics were Ryan all scrunched up in the chair with the book and Abby equally as absorbed with her Bob book! I love it. Nothing thrills my heart more than to see children develop a love for reading!''

Keep it up, teacher! You're doing a great job!

Kim said...

Thanks so much for your words of encouragement!

I agree. Every time I see my kids choosing to read instead of playing or watching television, it makes me so grateful! In fact, when I took the picture of Ryan in the chair, the rest of us were watching a movie, but he wanted to read instead. :D


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