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Monday, September 20, 2010

Now I'm into My new decade!!

       Do I FEEL different??? Yes and no... energized about all my ideas and developing long list of
wants and goals to create and do...of course these I've been writing for years already.. Often feeling
that that task was useless, until of course things I've wanted began happening and completed!!!
      So onto the next item on my list... this site is living proof.  As are many gifts materializing.
      I thank all of you out there.


  1. Seems like the lists never get close to being down. Even when I have taken things off the list by doing or just don't want on the list, it just keeps growing!!! Help! Lol

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    How do I create a CNAME record for my custom domain?

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    Note: The setup process for newly-purchased domains may take up to 24 hours.
    The Quick Answer

    * If you bought your domain name from Blogger, you won't need to create a CNAME record.
    * If your domain is registered with another company, you'll need to follow company-specific instructions.

    A CNAME, or Canonical Name, record is an entry within the Domain Name System (DNS) that specifies where a user can find your web pages, or any other URL. You'll use this to associate your custom domain with your blog.

    After registering your domain, decide if you want to use a particular subdomain for your blog. E.g. instead of you could use something like, if you want. Then you'll create a corresponding CNAME record for that address, associating it with Keep in mind that changes to DNS records make take up to 48 hours to take effect.

    Each hosting service has slightly different ways to create CNAME records. Guidelines are provided here for some of the common services. When in doubt, check with the particular company you're using for additional help or instructions.

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    1. Log in to your account at
    2. Open the Domains tab and select My Domain Names. You'll be directed to the Domain Manager page.
    3. Click the domain that you'd like to use with your blog.
    4. Click the Total DNS Control And MX Records link at the bottom of the section entitled Total DNS.
    5. Click Add New CNAME Record in the box labelled CNAMES (aliases). If you've already created a CNAME record for your blog's address, click the pencil icon next to the existing CNAME record.
    6. For the Name, enter only the subdomain of the address you want to use for your blog. For example, if you picked as your address, enter www here.
    7. Enter as the Host Name. Specify a TTL or use the default setting of 1 hour.
    8. Click OK, and then click OK again.