I feel like spring has finally gotten here. We’ve had some chilly and rainy weather the last couple of weeks, more like winter than spring, with temperatures getting down into the 30’s at night. I know, a lot of people (maybe you) have been dealing with real weather, and here I’m complaining because it’s a little chilly at night. It even sounds weird to me, because I grew up in Chicago, where 34° (that’s 1° for all you centigrade fans, and yes, I know that we’re calling it Celsius now, and I don’t care) is perfect weather for going out and washing the car. But, that’s one of the many reasons I live in Atlanta now instead of Chicago: it’s not supposed to get that cold here.
I’ve also finally gotten a chance to start reading the many entries from the blogs I’m subscribed to who are doing the A to Z Challenge. I had planned on doing it over the weekend, and decided instead to get ahead with my blogging so I’d have the time I’d normally spend writing to read. I’ve found a whole bunch of new blogs to subscribe to, and I’m just getting started.
I had all kinds of browser issues today, and ended up deleting all the browsers I have on my computer except for Safari. Seems that every browser has decided that I have to sign back on to everything every time I re-launch it, and it’s driving me up the wall. I don’t like Safari for a number of reasons: it’s proprietary to Mac, for one thing. For another, there aren’t as many extensions available, especially those that would make my life easier and that I’ve gotten used to using on other browsers. Face it, I’m fussy about what I use, since I spend so much time working with the browser and have to, or rather want to, use the same browser on my desktop (a Mac) and my laptop (a Sony Vaio running Linux Mint). Guess that won’t be happening anytime soon. Anyway, finally I have something that works for me.
And finally, I’m done…