How can I go back to my website the way it has been for seven years? Maybe it was stupid of me to create a second website just so that I could publish a few photos again. My premium site, which is my original site, had reached its limit as far as publishing pictures was concerned, and without reverting to a business site and paying more, I would not be allowed to publish any more photos for another year. To create a second site, where I could publish photos, was a rather easy thing to do. However now both sites ended up with some new setting which I dislike very much. Changing the settings is just too complicated for me, since I am not computer savvy enough to accomplish anything like this. I tried, and tired, and tried to find my way through it. It just is something I do not understand, not at all. Peter cannot help me with it either. So maybe when my daughter Monika comes to see us she may have an idea how to go about creating some acceptable settings for both my websites.
A sightseeing tour of Berlin
Enjoy a sightseeing tour of Berlin’s famous landmarks in an open-top Mercedes. (Please go to the link at the top.)
And the next video shows a lot about what sort of transport is available in Berlin:
Yesterday Peter and I had a lovely day at Wollongong Harbour. Please go to my new site to read about it. Here is the link:
I wrote this six years ago in 2012. Yes, we will always remember you, Gaby.
Gabriele unexpectedly passed away on Sunday, 15th July 2012. She would have been 55 on the 28th August.
She lived her life to the full. She showed much love to everyone who got to know her.
Family and friends are very sad about her departure. We will always remember you, Gaby.
Shirley Smith (aka “Mum Shirl”) was an Australian activist who spent more than 50 years helping the needy, empowering society’s outcasts, and fighting for the rights of Australia’s Aboriginal population. She was a powerful voice for justice, equality, and human rights.