Remote hosting seems weird to me. If I want to do a podcast I have to find a remote host for the audio. I already do that on Xanga, and I can blog there, so why wouldn't I just switch from Blogger to Xanga? I'm not crazy about Xanga, but, hey... it works. If, on the other hand, I were to pay for a remote host why not just pay for a personal site that does all of that? This is sort of confusing. I'm not the tech geek of the house. Maybe I should post the audio at Xanga and link it here like I do my music. It shouldn't be this hard. Or maybe it isn't hard, but I'm just confused. LOL Stranger things have happened.
This is the Success Blog of Rhenda the Representative. I will attempt chronicle the journey from life attached to the umbilical of the grid and the government to a more self-sustained life closer to God and the good earth He gave me.
"For thou shalt eat the labour of thine hands: happy shalt thou be, and it shall be well with thee."