“In all of living, have much fun and laughter.
Life is to be enjoyed, not just endured.”
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Just Wondering

So ever since the "computer crash", I've been a little paraniod about my pictures. Well it just occured to me, what if something happened to my blog? Back when I started this thing, it was really just for fun. Now that I look back on previous posts, I cherish every word I have written, as it is probably the only "account" I have of certain days, and specific "happenings" in the life of my little family. I love to write in my journal and those of my kids, but those times don't happen often enough, I'll admit.
SO...here's my question: Does anyone out there know how to print blog posts? I know I can just hit "print" and it will do, just that. But I want it to look nice. So is there a place that can do it? Or a technique I don't know about? If anyone has any suggestions, I would LOVE to hear them!
Happy blogging!

6 comments:

The Jensen Family said...

Hey Megan check out this website. I haven't done it yet but I have a couple of friends that have and they are beautiful!
http://www.blurb.com/create/book/blogbook

Mills Family said...

I love your pics of all of you guys that you put at the top of your blog they are so cute!

Gina said...

Cute new blog meg. And, yep, i was going to say the same website as Ashely. Blurb.com. It's pretty cool.

Hope said...

http://www.blurb.com/

I see someone else has already told you about this website. I'm thinking of having my "blog" printed up, but only if I don't have to print everything. I don't want to pay for the "dumb" posts, ya know?

The Jensen Family said...

The process is pretty neat. You do get to pick and choose which posts you want. They even have different layouts that you can choose for each page. It's just like creating a photo book, but it downloads your posts straight from Blogger. Check it out! Amanda

Megs said...

Hey Amanda...thanks for the info. Question though. Do you have to put it into a book? I can't just get them printed and then put them in a scrapbook or my own book? Thanks for the advice everyone!!
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