Noel, that was it! Thank you so much! BTW, I don't think I was crazy to assume that updating Photoshop CC would get me to Photoshop CC 2014. Why does Adobe do this? We now have CS6, CC, and CC 2014 all as current versions in some sense of the same program. Ugh!
It was a reasonable expectation.
However, there are a few things not available in the 2014 version that are in Photoshop CC 14.x, and not every plug-in is compatible, so Adobe didn't replace the software in place. They want you to have the ability to drop back and run the older version should you have problems with the new one.
Not everything automatically migrates. Plug-ins, for example, will need to be installed. I suggest checking with the makers of your plug-ins for new installers.
My advice: Keep the old version of Photoshop CC around if you have plenty of disk space.
Some folks, I don't think all, report problems with the communications between external programs (e.g., Lightroom, Bridge) and Photoshop after uninstalling the old version, and it seems to require a reinstall of the new one for them.