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Adding images to your posts

Halima's story in google news search

This post is an example of what a journal entry with multiple photos look like. The first photo is such a proud moment for the Voices of Our Future program. When searching for World Pulse in google news search, Corine stumbled upon Halima's breaking story!

The second photo is of Jonah at our farmer's market. Don't his angelic smile fool you! He's a little devil!

Think I am kidding? The third picture is of my diablo guapo sitting in a sea of cereal he lovingly created on our kitchen floor! My back was turned for maybe 10 seconds!

Dr. Edonna, I hope this helps!

Jonah at the Farmer's Market
Jonah in a sea of cereal



dr edonna's picture

I am trying to get it

I am trying to get some free software to compress the files, since it takes almost half the day to load the pictures. I have been searching since mourning and am still trying. So far no success, because I took lots of pictures that are important to my story. Other wise I might have to email the file to you so you can up load the pictures from them from your side which is much faster. It is really difficult from my side. I have some soft ware and am not trying it. Thanks much for all your assistance

Jennifer Ruwart's picture

Go ahead and email them

Don't hesitate. There is no reason for you to jump hurdles unnecessarily.

Much love,

Jennifer Ruwart
Chief Collaborator
JR Collaborations

Xthina-Avila's picture

is just ...

Fantastic !! You must be able to post the video, its even better !! hahahaha!! ;-)


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