While attempting to create a static homepage I, in a fit of frustration, deleted all pages and emptied the trash. (Yes - I know, I'm bad. . . )
I continued to work with creating pages and finally figured out how to created a static page, make it a child of another page, make that other page private and thus have the child page be the primary page appearing. So, I got at least something right.
Now - I have the following: 1) a home page that appears on the blog but I have no link to it in the pages module 2) A page I created titled "Ghost Page" which is set as private and a parent to a created "test" page. "Ghost" appears in the pages module and I can edit. 3) A "test" page as a public child of the "Ghost" Page which appears in the pages module and I can edit.
Therefore - I have 2 pages in my pages module - "Ghost" and "Test" but a 3rd page which shows up when reading the blog but does not appear in the pages module to edit.
Terminology Note _ by "Pages Module" I mean the path of "My Blog" -"Dashboard" - "Pages"
Is this something I can fix or does it require a support ticket to go in and somehow change coding of some kind? I apologize if I haven't followed the rules here - I'm rather non-techy (hence figuring out the parent-child to hide a page being a big accomplishment for my apparently tiny brain).
The blog address is http://sacredintersectionsdotcom.wordpress.com/wp-admin/
and/or http://sacredintersections.com depending on which address you are looking for.
The blog I need help with is sacred-intersections.com.