The ice-maker in our new refrigerator wouldn’t dispense any ice today. I know from past experience that ice-makers are prone to failure so I was already starting to worry about having to fix it since its built into the door … Continue reading
I noticed when I was editing the photos for today’s post that I uploaded several photos last week with the “wrong” name. No one else would likely notice. And it doesn’t change the content of the posts. But; it’s the … Continue reading
I took today off and had a three-day weekend. I’m trying to take a few more vacation days during the summer when its warm and sunny. It’s good to recharge during the winter months. But I can’t do as much outside. I’ll still take by Christmas vacation. But, otherwise, not as days in December as in the past. Today was one of those days that was good to be off instead. Have a great weekend.
One of the “good” things about the recent software upgrade debacle was that in the process of identifying and uninstalled the driver that broke things was that I reconfigured the computer so that I should be able to avoid continuous … Continue reading
I installed yet another version of WordPress, the software hat runs this blog, yesterday. The updates, are never ending. Another one is due in two weeks; but they couldn’t wait since the last update broke so much. And, somehow, slowing down and testing more thoroughly doesn’t seem to be an option. I don’t know when yet; but we’re definitely getting off the merry-go-round of constant updates.
You can still see the remnants of our tan from our time in the sun two weeks ago. It certainly isn’t from around here. Its mostly been cloudy and rainy. And, even though its almost May, we’ve almost never had … Continue reading
In one of those strange occurrences that seems to happen to me more often than it should, I got an unusually large number of emails at both home and work, many of which were important. So, what was already a long day become even longer. And, I’m catching a cold. I’m going to bed. I hope I’ll feel better in the morning and that tomorrow will be a “regular” day.
We rowed on the river for the first time in what seems like forever. The water was high (but not too high) and still icy cold. It seemed like spring, if only for a day. Temperatures are already dropping and … Continue reading