Cloudy sky last night.....if there were meteorites.....no chance of seeing them here. So I headed for bed.
Busy, busy, busy weeks ahead. Daughter-in-law's birthday tomorrow......then annual reunion of my wife's family....well the siblings anyway...and their families that can make it. Then our youngest granddaughter's wedding is scheduled for June 7th....a big affair....unless she takes my suggestion and elopes. After that, on June 11th, my wife's cancer surgery is scheduled....followed by weeks of healing and rehab. Double mastectomy because of cancer.
Thursday it was one year since my little buddy, Alfie, died.
Still miss him something terrible. I've considered adopting another Westie but too many other conflicts right now. The way things have been going....it may never happen.
I'm still fighting this blasted problem with the updated Yahoo/ATT mail screen. Blasted little tiny rectangular boxes still appear. They have microscopic letters and numbers in them. I have to point my cursor arrow at them to see what each one does. A real pain in the you-know-what. But it doesn't happen when I shift over to Internet Explorer. I'm a FoxFire devotee but there must be some conflict between FoxFire and the Yahoo Mail app. Nothing I do helps. Made sure my Adobe flash was up to date. Also reinstalled Java (I had removed it because of its security problems). But nothing helps. Blasted little boxes are still there....all over the place. I'd hate to have to give up FireFox. I hate Yahoo even more. Yes, I could use Windows Live Mail or Outlook. But doing that creates another problem of inconvenience for me that I won't go into at this time.
Guess I'll just keep trying to solve the problem. Grrrrrrrr
Hope y'all have a great Memorial Day Weekend with your families and friends.
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