Everything changes. I had some lessons in that today. I wasn’t going to renew my premium membership with WordPress. It’s digital dump day, or whatever today is called. You know the equivalent of Black Friday. For electronic stuff.
I ended my premium plan yesterday. I received an email from WordPress today. 40% off for the next two days. I’m nothing if if not opportunistic. So, I renewed.
Don’t judge me.
While I have some complaints, especially with the Block System, I like it here. I have a community here.
I’ll still rebuild and redesign my website. That’s still the plan and the project. But, now I have a little more time. Like a year. That’s good because along with being opportunistic I’m lazy.
There is another important change too. You remember how I said that the all seeing dog was showing her age?
I noticed that when she stretched her jaw after waking up she would yelp in pain. I couldn’t find the problem until I put her leash on her. I happened to touch the back of her jaw. A little yelp.
Another jaw infection. I called her vet and he prescribe the same antibiotics that he did when she lost a few teeth.
A week later and I let her out about 7am. The weather has turned cold here in the swamp. Luckily I had the presence of mind to dress properly even though I thought we’d be back inside in a few minutes.
We went on the longest walk we’ve been on in the past few weeks.
Clouds. Both sides now. Joni is 77 and Judy is almost 80. My musical heroes may not be with us much longer. We’d better enjoy them while we can.
These are the first clouds of what turned out to be a three day storm and a cold front.
I made the file in color. I started messing with it and thought it looked better in black and white.
For sure, it brought out some things I didn’t see when I made the picture.
You can see the storm front as it moves. And, if I’m not mistaken, I can see a water spout. I didn’t hear any reports of a tornado, so maybe it broke apart.
No telling what a little post production will do.
Stay safe. Stay mighty. Wear your mask. Keep your distance. Wash your hands. Look after each other. Enjoy every snow flake.
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