First, an apology for the first entry not being visible back when I posted it. As mentioned in the first blog post, I do have some damage to certain areas of my brain, which, combined, result in memory problems, and typing and writing problems (just as an example, I recently typed a word backwards). So I didn't see the selection to make that post visible. Yeah, just the kind of thing I have learned to live with.
Now for the good stuff. Today is Thursday, 2 March 2017, and I have, just a few hours ago, finished taking a huge axe to my prices store-wide. Along the same lines, with only a few exceptions, anything that costs over $23 (was looking at $20, but some really nice stuff was just over that, so....) has been removed. Low prices should be exactly that.
I have added two new collections, the Cancer Awareness and Trendy collections. As I mentioned before, I am a two-time cancer survivor (and there is now a question as to whether #1 is having a go at a comeback as #3), and it's only natural that I would have a section of products for cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers. I also will be donating, from time to time, roughly 10% of the profits since the last donation, to the American Cancer Society. During my first cancer, the one that tried repeatedly to kill me, the ACS provided information booklets, 24/7 oncology nurses I could talk to, and so much more, all of which was priceless to me. So it's also only natural for me to give something back, not just once, but as an ongoing thing, so they can continue to help others the way they helped me.
I have also been producing PDF catalogs for this store, with each collection being a separate section. I am currently working on getting that catalog available here, but for now, you can download it at my freeware hurricane tracking program, JStrack (prn. J S track) site, jstrack.org. Just as a side note, if you live anywhere in the US or in the Caribbean, etc., where you may be facing a treat from tropical Atlantic hurricanes, JStrack is for you. I designed it with lots of (usually unofficial) help from both hurricane and disaster preparedness experts across the United States, including the National Hurricane Center (NHC), National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the National Weather Service (NWS). If your looking for lots of flash and glitter, it's not what you want. If you're looking for a quick and simple presentation of the data you actually need, on the other hand......
With that, I'll close this issue.