April 22, 2024

7 thoughts on “Scanning and Sweating

  1. As you know I’ve been having trouble finding time to log in and see how you and Lita are doing, so when I do get a chance I’d like to read it in sequence. So. Would you please provide a link that brings your reader to the next entry? It sure would save some time. Thanks a bunch, JJ!

    1. Howdy Winda. What do you mean “bring readers to the next entry”? When I log in I know that the top entry is the most current. Of course I’m not looking at it on a little phone or tablet, but on my PC it’s easy to spot the most current post. When/If you register on the blog, doesn’t it let you know when a new entry is made? I have not made too many entries recently anyway. In a couple of weeks we will be taking a short trip, so I’ll probably have something to say about that.

  2. Good luck with your new printer.
    By the way Texas has been having a lot of flooding as I’m sure you know. hope your family there in Texas are doing ok.

    1. Thank you on both issues. To the best of my knowledge, no one in my family has been displaced or even personally affected much by the floods. I hope for things to stay that way.
      As for the printer, well I have not even printed anything yet. I sure have done a lot of scanning though. I’ll try to print something today to keep the ink active and also to see how it prints.

    1. Howdy Tony. Well I didn’t do anything because I didn’t know, until I read this, but maybe the problem was a plug in I tried to put in. I was actually locked out of my own blog for awhile, but my database manager must have taken care of things because I can get back in, and it seems that you are good to go again too. I have tried several themes, but I always come back to this one. It’s a simple background also so I’m glad things are okay with you now.

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