With all the depressing news recently, we’re going to take a break from posting. We’ll be back. We will definitely be back. Its just going to take us a bit to acclimate to the new normal. Have a great weekend. We’ll se you as soon as we can.
Traditional Thursday #378
Tuesday Two For #378
We have a limited selection of pictures to choose from for this week’s posts because the flash on our camera didn’t activate in what has become an ongoing issue. It’s frustrating. Partly because I dislike outdated technology that’s not as use full as it once was. And partly because its non-replacement serves as a reminder of the other things that need to be replace more urgently.
Friday Featurette #377
Traditional Thursday #377
Tuesday Two For #377
I’m really jonsing for a new camera even though a new dishwasher is probably the next thing we need to buy. Ours is actually doing a better job washing dishes than our camera does at taking photographs. But, washing dishes by hand is something we would both rather avoid. And given, the difficulty I’ve had finding spare parts, we may not have a choice.
Friday Featurette #376
Tuesday Two For #376
Many of the pictures from this week’s phot session were very dark for some unknown reason. The lighting is the same; but our camera thinks something is different and doesn’t make the proper adjustments. It’s really hard to tell what the issue is since the flash activates. Obviously, something is different; but I can’t tell what. I hate mysteries.
Friday Featurette #375
When I was rearraigning things for some, I mixed up where the cables should optimally be plugged in on our USB charging station. Now The Wife’s Fitbit takes twice as long to charge. Unfortunately, I can’t find the manual and none of the higher amperage ports are marked. It may just be time for an upgrade considering I paid less than $20 for it several years ago. Have a great weekend.
Traditional Thursday #375
We just received the postcard from the pool company that services our swimming pool scheduling the opening for the year. Its still months away; however, having a definite date makes the winter seem a bit shorter. It takes a couple of days to balance the chemistry and for the robot to get all the winter debris off the bottom. But, it’s still nice to look at even if we can’t swim.