I just published a new post in Chappell Family Blog, using Chrome on cell phone. They snuck in some plugs about the WordPress app. I had previously thought about giving it a spin, so went ahead and installed it and here I am. So far, so good, and preferable to browser. We’ll see if the honeymoon lasts.
So, here’s a section of my driveway a couple days ago.
We were having balmy weather and the abundance of green on concrete was hard not to notice. I assume it’s some sort of mildew or algae or whatever, besides the vegetation growing through the cracks. It was like 65° at the time. Now it’s like 35° with an overnight freeze warning. Damn global warming!
And here is my wife’s little flower garden at the mailbox. Pretty colorful.
I guess I could’ve cropped out the curb, but for whatever reason I liked the concept of the flowers hanging over to the street.
Okay, let’s see how this app does with the publishing end of posting. So far, text and images have been easy.
I don’t visit my own blog very often. It had been a few months, actually, since the last time I dropped by here. Holy cow! I’ve been overrun with ads, commercials, all sorts of junk I didn’t put here! I’m going to have to reconsider this account, I think.
Edit: Interestingly, after I posted this post and looked at the blog again all those freakin’ ads were gone! I don’t know what’s going on.
Edit Edit: Hmm, so this time I saw a box saying some viewers might see an ad in it. But, the first time I looked, there were two ads in it, as well as two more ads in the sidebar! Obviously, I should pay more attention to this blog.
We’re obliged to share our hard earned experience with a painting contractor in Lawrence, Kansas. Despite a number of glowing testimonials (whose authenticity we are in the process of checking out), Absolute Painting, LLC of Lawrence, Kansas recently did a terrible job on our house. Patch work on drywall has bubbled up in many places, and shows through the paint in many other places. This is partly due to the watered down paint we discovered they used. You can’t buy it at the paint store. It’s a special blend that’s made by adding two cups of water to each gallon of the bottom of the line paint. We were really taken in by these guys. Now we have to spend thousands more to fix the mess they left us with. To anybody shopping for a painting contractor: stay away from Absolute Painting, LLC of Lawrence, Kansas. You will regret letting them into your home.