Thanks, won't delete. I think it's time for me to take a step back, take a breather and gain a little more knowledge, and come back at this with the .org as the starting point. My current website is watsonstudio.com with lunarpages. I have not updated my site for some time, wanted to add blog, video, possibly facebook, etc.. Rather than updating and uploading to what I have, I thought i would move to wordpress with a nice storefront type theme. Having the more simple template and theme type site seemed like a much easier process to intergrate everything and have a really nice looking site. I got caught up in looking at wordpress.com themes, then the better themes that there is a charge for, then, when I looked at third part themes (storefront), they seemed better suited to what I wanted, with better product display, shopping cart, etc., not realizing I ventured out of the .com realm. I had been somewhat aware of the .org, but thought that was for complete self-writing of code, not realizing that is what I would be importing with the 3rd party software.
Mapping the blog to my existing site was a consideration at first, but then came the decision to move to wordpress. I do want to leave lunar, and my webeasy program to what I feel will be an easier (and more apt to update and keep current, and easier to have look really nice) at wordpress. I have signed into .org, and realize I need to sign up with a server to progress with download of theme and moving forward with the site. I will take some time to see how best to move from lunar to one of the servers listed on .org wordpress (perhaps dreamhost?) without messing up my watsonstudio.com address (and whether to move registration of name from namesecure to new host as well). so that my address will move smoothly when I make the switch. I'll take a breather, learn what I need to know to proceed, and continue when I'm not in "confusion" mode.
I would like to thank you both very much (auxclass and timethief) for helping me. I apologize for taking up your time, and appreciate that you put me on the right track so quickly. George Watson