Dr. Seuss? Nope. Please welcome HenCam to XE's list of "Blogs I Love." BTW, it's early in the morning here, and when I just checked HenCam, the HenCam was dark and was broadcasting this notice: "The animals are asleep for the night." But sunrise is almost here. Animals? There are 7 hens and a rabbit sleeping in the area with the hen cam. There are also a goat cam and a several other cams in HC, but I haven't investigated them yet.
Anyway, how did I get from politics to chickens? I was feeling a bit desperate last night when I realized that a couple of the posts just before this one have been up there for...gee...a couple of weeks now? I wanted to come up with something of my own, and I was feeling a bit brain dead.
I have been focusing my efforts on Snoozeville Chronicle, one of my other blogs, where recently I posted about cracking open the daily breakfast eggs and finding one that was chartreuse!! The raw egg was bright yellowy green. My brilliant friend & photographer/former coworker Linda investigated and discovered HenCam.
Whoa! What a fount of knowledge the HenCam blogger is! It's just like Linda to find something like this. Takes one to know one.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
I've been thinking...if the Repugs wanted to take out one of their most intelligent and articulate adversaries--a blogging woman in her 80s and confirmed voter for Democratic party candidates--how could they do that? Hack into her account and mess with her passwords so she can't post any more? If we were half as vocal and effective as this woman in our opposition to the Repugs, they might try it with us, too.
Tip of the hat to you, dear blogging woman in your 80s!! You know who you are!
Saturday, September 08, 2012
Sunday, September 02, 2012
Something has gone totally awry with my accounts needing passwords. For the past 2-3 days, my usual passwords have not worked, so I've had to change them....and shortly thereafter, the new one won't work, either. I really don't know what's going on, but where it's been most apparent has been with Google and FaceBook.
I've received odd emails ostensibly from people I know (my oldest daughter, for example, and one of her cousins?? one of my oldest and best friends from elementary school??). These emails are NOT from them, and I have not clicked any links, etc. But still, what is going on?
Clearly I am not alone in this. Leslie Parsley of Parsley's Pictures sent me this a while ago this afternoon:
Here's a link to an article at Mad Mike's America that was just published about this stuff.
Good luck to all, and I hope the spammers & scammers just go away!