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Author Archive: Anne S

Latest update

Apologies for ‘flying under the radar’ for a while – after the hassles of moving interstate, then into my new apartment, my online time has been minimal … plus I’ve been purposefully avoiding my computer for the last couple of weeks! Just a couple of updates to the membership: I’m saddened to say we lost …

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Welcome aboard & a few Stats

A big hearty “welcome aboard” to another new member this week – it’s lovely to have you here 🙂  Welcome to: Patti (Tapestry of Dreams) With the arrival of new members to the blog, I thought it might be fun to show the latest stats of where our members are in the world – here …

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Welcome to our latest new members

My apologies for the delay in posting this, but I ran out of time before putting my personal effects into storage, and only just recently have a stable internet connection back again.  I’ve also been concerned over the last few weeks that I’ve noticed the template has been chopping off the full list of pages, and also …

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No reply from the help desk re “I” and “M”

In the meantime, if you want to see the pages for any blogs on pages “I” and “M”, you’ll need to go back to the old blogger RAK Registry in the meantime.  I’ve made sure both those pages have been updated with the new members details … fingers crossed I can get this one tidied …

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One more new member

I’m pleased to welcome aboard another new person to the Registry: Little Cat Blogs (Karen)

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Latest members

Just a quick note to advise I’ve added the details for two new members to the Registry.  They are as follows: Ladybird Lane (Tessa) I’ll Cross That Stitch When I Come To It (Lauren) Welcome aboard ladies! 😀

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Welcome to our new home!

After reading the feedback from the recent email survey I sent out, I’ve decided to move our Registry across to WordPress, as it offers some extra features that Blogger didn’t.  As I prefer (and comments suggest that you do too) to keep most of the site’s details stationary, I’ve decided to choose a template that …

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