Thanks sanni! I think my problem was the sop8 to dip8 adapter I used was too big and soldering extensions on to the chip was not the answer. I ordered a smaller adapter which is arriving tonight. Weird thing is my laptop isn't giving me the Ports option in the device manager.
On download page of WxPic was written that you MUST use PC not laptop. I tried my Dell Latitude 630 (with embedded COM not USB2COM one)and WxPic was able to recognize the ports but ROM flashing was out of luck.Then I tried PC and ROM was successfully written. It's apparently voltage issue.So, You'd better to use PC instead of laptop.
PICkit??? WxPic is a program for the DIY programmer, the programmer you solder together yourself according to the schematics posted in the github folder.The PICkit is a programmer that you buy from ebay and it comes already assembled and has its own program.Also you connect the PICkit to the USB port and not the COM port.You can't use a PICkit with WxPic. You need to download the software for the PICkit instead.If you have a PICkit3: https://www.microchip.com/forums/m500342.aspx