The www offers us a Wider Window into the World. Cubits.org makes that window more efficient. Using the easy tools and options provided anyone can create their own web space to explore the possibilities, meet people, discover new ideas and revisit old ones. You can set up your cubits space to do all that and more. And it's FREE!
Name: Arlene Marshall Twin Lakes, IA & Orange, CA Zone 4B
This was one of the nicest articles I have read. Zany's postings have been a bright spot in my life for many years but I have gotten to know her better at cubits. She is hilarious, thoughtful, caring, and always has something nice to say to everyone.
Her Playpens are a necessity for us all and I try not to miss anything except I can't let myself get too near those addicting puzzles.
Thank you so much, Zany, for all you do. I love your suggestion of us all pinning this article to our facebook accounts. I just tried doing that the other day and it couldn't be easier.
Yum Yum Divas ~ ~ \"Most recipes are not invention . . . but evolutions\"
Glad that you asked, Brenda! I'm in the midst of a big project for my Cottage-in-the-Meadow Gardens cubit. I'll be doing a self-guided tour of the gardens with lots of photos. It took me awhile, but I figured out how to upload more than one photo at a time. The kicker is that I won't be able to make changes easily, nor will visitors be able to enlarge the photos in the tour itself. But I'll have lots of large photos at the at the end of the tour, for those who'd like a closer look at our gardens.
Great Larry, that sounds like something to look forward to. I love seeing other peoples gardens even though I no longer do any gardening myself beyond a few potted plants. I'll be watching for that article.
This is a place to explore the possibilities of a Cubit environment. You will find tutorials to help you understand the Cubits.org features and advice on how to establish your own web presence. Please join me in the fun. Lets play!