In process

I’m going to be transferring all the pages from their current locations into the blog format while updating them. That means you’ll be seeing some old stuff and new stuff, a series of articles, and standalone pages. Depending on how much updating a particular article takes, there may be a bunch on one day, or just one. I’m hoping to get at least one a day done, in any case!

So bear with me, and comment away.

Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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3 thoughts on “In process

  1. I was under the impression that my address would only be available to someone who I transact with on ebay and that my personal (home) address would be required if I’m not trading as a business. I don’t have another address nor does ebay accept PO boxes. You mean everyone who wants to can see it? :O

    I should read their site again, but off hand, do you have any recommendations?

    Ps. I stumbled onto your site and unusually for me, I think I’m going to have a look around. 🙂

  2. Oops. I didn’t know the message I left previously was meant to be a comment to the “In Process” article. I thought it was to a generally “guest book” board.

    I got confused after having performed a search on “comments” and having a number of articles opened in tabs at the same time.

    Since the comment is irrelevant to your post, please consider not publishing it (and this ‘comment’), but of course it’s not up to me or nor would I tell you what to do with it. I should have been more careful and I do apologise. 🙂

  3. Hi Michelle! Don’t worry about where the comment went. The article in question hasn’t been moved to the blog format yet, so what you did was just right!

    Yes, eBay does require some kind of “real” address when you create any account with them, and unless something very significant has changed, anyone can make a request to them for your address, as I said.

    My solution is to use an address that isn’t a PO Box, but is a “drop” address, such as a UPS Store address. You can make it look like a street address by using “ste # XXX” where you’d usually write “box # XXX” and mail will arrive just fine.

    I’m not affiliated with them in any way, but I like the fact that UPS Store mailboxes are also more versatile than PO Boxes. They’ll accept deliveries of any sort for you, instead of just US mail. Your privacy is also better protected, in my experience.

    Good luck!

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