I didn’t realize I had so much to say for yesterday’s blog entry. Sometimes I feel like I’ve got nothing and it’s ends up to be pretty much nothing. Other times, such as yesterday, I felt like I had nothing but ended up with too much. I can tell when it’s too much. Comments are about only 1 or 2 subjects in the entry(remembering the blog is always about 900 subjects at at time) and mostly from toward the bottom of the blog. The best solution I can offer is – oh there isn’t one.
I sometimes wonder if I should rename the blog something with the word digress or digression. Wouldn’t it better fit the non subject matter? But I digress.
I discovered a link/hyperlink problem this morning. I had to go back about 15 entries and correct them all. I’ll explain -
For non-computer literate readers (Like my Mom and Jim’s Mom): A link is typically underlined and when you click it a different webpage opens up. Well, to make it real easy, I typically have it set to open a new page instead of overwriting the one you’re reading. I discovered today that all links were just go over the blog and not making a new tab/window. This sentence is a link. If you had clicked on that sentence it should have taken you to the wonderful world of unicorns. Awwwww.
For computer savvy readers: The links didn’t open a new window. I fixed it.
It’s funny in a way. Someone created a bunch of computer words but instead used existing words which created confusion. Windows, mouse, desktop, icon, “move the mouse”, “open a window”. Very strange.
Guess what time it is:
Take it easy Alix, it’s not another colonoscopy. Click here for information on Alix’s first colonoscopy.
I made meatloaf. Actually 3 mini loaves; I froze 2. Alix, doesn’t that put your sphincter at ease?
I’m not sure if I ever mentioned it but I keep a separate pair of dish washing gloves in a Ziploc marked “Meatloaf”. I used these when I mix and work with meatloaf. It’s more sanitary, less knuckle hair in your loaf, it’s not as cold on my hands AND washing my hands/under nails is barely needed. Now, doesn’t meatloaf sound that much better? So remember, the next time you’re served meatloaf ask the chef if he/she wore gloves like Garret.
We had a very early dinner at home and then went to the RV show again. Once again we had fun! I don’t know why it is, but it is. I didn’t take anymore photos at the show but did take 2 walk through videos to show the kind of trailers we’re interested in.
On the way to the RV show I spotted a place called “Crave – A Dessert Bar”. I emailed myself a reminder to check into it. I did and it sounded yummy. Click here and see their website/menu. The website has some interior photos of the place as well. They do wines, cheese platters, and sliders as well. No dinner. It’s more of a “before & after” place.
Above: It was probably hard for Jim to smile after I screeched with delight that I’d be taking a photo and not to “ruin” the food.
Above: This place takes reservations and was booked up. They slid us in if we’d be out within 40 minutes which for just having dessert was no big deal.
Above: Jim and I both had the 2 cupcake dessert. He got 2 completely different cakes so that we could sample one anothers.
Above: For large groups/parties, they do a chocolate fondue, cheese platter, etc. This guy was setting up behind Jim for the upcoming soiree.
There won’t be any This Day In Our History for a few days.