My First Website! The Art Of Operating Outside My Comfort Zone.

Last Update: February 09, 2013
I consider myself a very independent woman. As a Single Mom, I pride myself in figuring how to do things on my own. I design and make a line of jewelry, yet have never had a lesson in how to do so. I have been told I am a great cook, but never follow a recipe. It's much more fun to channel my inner "experimental free spirit cook" and see what happens! Friends rave about the yummy food, yet no one gets poisoned, I have rarely been disappointed with the results:) OK, so there are some things that must be done exactly. Which leads me to the one subject I have very little confidence in: My Technological Ability!

In the kitchen, my jewelry studio, or on the treadmill at the gym, I have the aura of supreme confidence and I love it! When technology is involved- Yikes! it's a totally different story! Suddenly I assume the part of the so called "Village Idiot", and feel amazingly incompetent! So, where does one draw the line between staying within the comfort zone or venturing out and trying something new or seemingly difficult? Who knows what could happen!! I could possibly grow and learn from the whole ordeal:)

I put together the fist of several Wordpress Websites this week, and was waaaaay out of my zone of comfort. Sure, I had used my i web to put sites up, but never the dreaded Wordpress! I was amazed at the number of WA members that were willing to take time out from their busy day to help me! I felt the love and support this week and wanted to humbly express my thanks to EVERYONE that answered my 342 ridiculous and redundant questions about how to do stuff! I am delighted that I can now help others in WA……….All from having the guts to ask for help:)

Thank you Kyle and Carson for setting up a culture that has a willing spirit to help others, and thank you WA members for embracing that culture!

Many Thanks And Much Gratitude,

Sammi:)
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HI SAMMIKAY,
I LOVE YOUR BLOG ESPECIALLY IN THAT FIRST PART WITH THE COOKING SKILLS AND THE RECIPE . AM A GREAT COOK MYSELF BUT NEVER WENT TO A CLASS FOR COOKING . IN ALL IT TAKE GUTS AND LOT OF COURAGE TO DO WHAT WE ALL DO BEST . ITS NICE TO BE READING YOUR BLOG IT ALL GIVE EACH OTHER THE JOY AND HOPE TO SUCCESS.
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Thanks Jerry!! I appreciate you reading and giving your input!!

Sammi)
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Rick- What can I say after I say thank you for being a wonderful and suppotive friend?Your family is blessed to have a husband and father like you at home:)

Sincerely,
Sammi:)
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Rick Jantz Premium
Such a great post...this will serve you well with your site. Very personal, passionate and...need another "p" word. Great job!
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Thanks Randy! Thanks for reading and sharing your kind words of encouragement!

Sammi:)
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You go girl never lose that spirit! It will take you far. Good for you. God bless
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