We are taking a few days off, leaving in a few hours. I have posted new material while we are away, but it's possible I won't have time to answer comments. I'll try, but not making any promises. There's a LOT going on around here and we've been very busy, especially since we aren't normally … Continue reading AWAY FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS … Marilyn Armstrong
In an attempt to somehow get the reblog button to show up in the scroll, I switched templates four times in about two hours today. Apparently, REBLOG doesn't work while scrolling on any template and what is more, a lot of templates have some very strange formatting I've never seen before. I couldn't even recover … Continue reading CHANGING FORMATS ON WORDPRESS – Marilyn Armstrong
I write comments, but when I go back and look, they are gone. Likes appear, then vanish. If I don't seem to be responding, it isn't that I'm not. It's that my comments are vanishing. If I discover one missing, I try to replace it. But sometimes the second one doesn't "take" either. I'm hoping … Continue reading A LITTLE SOMETHING WITH WORDPRESS – Marilyn Armstrong
So what have I been doing with myself? It certainly hasn't been creative writing or photography. Mostly, it has been medical. Yesterday, I spent the day with the valve specialist and got the best news of the month. My heart is doing well, exceptionally well considering how bad it was when they worked on it … Continue reading LOCAL NEWS FROM UXBRIDGE! – Marilyn Armstrong
We are off for a few days, down to Connecticut. If the weather is with us, we may get to do "boat" and if not, we get to do "laughing with friends." Either is just fine. I don't plan to do much writing. I do have new pieces posted and scheduled and I'll check in … Continue reading ON THE ROAD – Marilyn Armstrong
This isn't one of my good days. Maybe it's the weather, the dampness, or just a lot of stuff catching up with me, but I'm not going to say anything positive, so I think I won't say anything at all. See you all tomorrow.
Sometimes complaining helps. All the people who complained that they can't use the new format have been offered the option of retaining (forever, apparently) the "classic format." I was up at the Forum and there were tens of thousands of complaints, mostly from long-term bloggers. The thing is, there IS a Classic Editor plug-in, but … Continue reading SOME NOT-SO-BAD NEWS, THE LOCAL EDITION – Marilyn Armstrong