I thought I would post something to give us a break or a balance to the stress that some, if not most of us, are under due to the situations in Washington, D.C.
My plate is pretty full for this week so I don’t plan on writing a blog post, (although it might still happen), and my visits to other blogs will be minimal. Hopefully, next week will be better.
Friends and visitors,
Thanks to all for following, visiting and participating.
For several months now, I’ve pondered changing the theme of the blog so people can find posts on cases more conveniently. I just learned how to add drop-down in the top menu and am currently working under the menu heading “Cases.” If you hover over “Cases” a drop-down will appear with the names of victims.
There’s about 4 years of names, (I’ve counted 33 and am not yet finished) to add to the drop-down, so it’s going to take me some time to complete this project. If you’re looking for a specific case and it’s not on the drop-down, you can still use the search bar on the right-side border.
While working on that, I must put some time into visiting the blogs of new subscribers. You are important to me and I want to pay it forward. If you’re on Twitter, please let me know your handle so I can follow you. You can do that by either posting a comment below, or following me @XenaBb7.
Along with blog redesigning, there are those things that take up time in life, such as making telephone calls where you listen to 3 minutes of pre-recordings with instructions on what number to press for your issue. Don’t you just love doing that to end up hearing another recording telling you that all representatives are busy, followed with loud music played for your holding pleasure? And, what about when you get disconnected and have to start all over again?
Technology is good, and it is bad. It is convenient for businesses, but I find it inconvenient for consumers and clients. I prefer the old days when a live person answered calls and knew exactly who to transfer you to.
Enough of the soap box for now.
Feel free to use this thread for open discussion.
Have a wonderful week. I’ll see you soon.