I inadvertently deleted my pearlynuggets website. After much communication with the weebly staff, they were able to locate it, and reactivate it. I'm happy to have it back up, however, this is more proof of how things in cyberspace "are not really gone" when you delete something!
How nice to begin my day with such a feel-good story! Here's the 'comment' I left:
Heart-to-heart hugs to Tim Harris, and his parents. A feel-good story ... what a way to begin a day! I was always told, "Can't never did anything!" ... evidently Tim's parents believe in that. It sounds as though he has accomplished more than many of us, with no afflictions. All the best wishes to Tim, and his loving family!
I have a few websites that I really enjoy, who offer "emags" or "ezines" that come through my email on a regular basis (too often) and they correlate with subjects or products that interest me. And these messages nearly always have a link that include a "video you MUST watch", for more details.
These links are irritating because if I am getting ready for work or need to pee, for example, and want to "pause" it, I can't! They force you to either watch it, or don't ... they are "continuous play". Unfortunately, because of this, I have canceled several of them. Sometimes I don't have time, or don't want to take the time right then ... and if I'm, let's say, half-way through and have to quit watching the video - when I come back later, I have to BEGIN AGAIN - I can't pick up where I left off.
The main problem with them, for me, is an easy change, or fix. My only request of anyone who manages that type of website ... please, please, please ... ADD A PAUSE OPTION ... simple!
Anybody have any suggestions on finding high school yearbooks that have been lost. Mine were inadvertently left behind, in San Francisco, in the late '60s or early '70s. I am hoping that, by some remote chance, they show up in some junk shop somewhere in the city. I was living in the "tenderloin" district at the time. The yearbooks would be from Hawthorne High School, Hawthorne, CA ... years of 1961-1965. This is like looking for a needle in a haystack!
Who is this little girl?
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