Tesla has a late night snack prevention system in place.
Our family got lucky and added Spike to our family. Maybe he added us? He came pre-named and is about 3 years old.
I am making these posts from my phone using the WordPress application. It is pretty convenient.
As I have left Facebook for the last time I am pondering an alternative for the good parts. RSS blog feeds would let me keep up with the people in a way that does not compromise the sanity of the world.
Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!
This is also good bye word. WordPress world that is. I am gonna move this to Grav! Why? Why not?
Ouch I have returned with my proverbial coding tail between my legs. Grav is a BFG programmer’s dream. It is an alien painful excursion into everything we hate about WordPress. I will keep plugging along, but Grav is nearly impossible to get up and running quickly due to a vertical learning curve and 10 steps backwards into one of the 1990s rings of web coding hell.
STAT – Could it really mean See Tomorrow Any Time.
Find 15 minutes of your time to watch this sweet story about the world’s most northern city.
It has been years since I have taught an intensive or series workshop. I have been very busy refining my skills at countless drop in classes. I have succumbed to the pressures of our artistic director and broke down to teach a Saturday Intensive improv comedy workshop. The hardest part of this is putting together a blurb for oneself.
Saturday February 4th 9am. $75 paid in advance. Learn the new lingo of goal based scene work and have a blast. Sign up and payment is through Brown Paper Tickets or Colette at email@example.com.
Dear Waterloo Public Library,
It has come to my attention that your downtown branch is closed today for a professional day. Professional days are great. May I suggest adding some basic communication skills your next professional day. 1) update your webpage hours and location to include the closure. 2) update the google of your closure. 3) put your “we are closed today” sign on the entrance door, not buried amongst 7 other identically shaped public announcements.
It was a lovely day so I decided to sit on a bench and try and get some work done on the intertubes. As I came to realize that your wireless access point was not operational today (even wifi router’s need professional days) about a dozen peeps came, tried the doors and left. Some of these folks were not that mobile. For them the simple act of switching from inside to outside drop off was a challenge. So don’t worry about grumpy old men like me. Consider improving your communications skills for the mobility challenged.