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Good morning Paul and all. It's -12 here. At first I saw 12 and didn't see the negative sign, so small
on these readouts. Thought we wasted our time leaving a faucet running but we didn't. Just the
kitchen where its on an outside wall. That will include all the pipes down to the well also.
Most of our things have computer control, hopefully we won't ever get those electromagnetic waves
that take out electronics because most things aren't built to take over manually. I did a lot of work on
a 2004 vehicle in the computer control and quickly found out it had 8 computer modules in it. Saw a
later vehicle like it had 18 computer modules in it. Makes it harder to troubleshoot until you learn to
look at the systems differently. But we couldn't do the things we do in devices without computer control
and other things would be so expensive we wouldn't have many of them.
Looks like I will finally get down to the farm tomorrow. Supposed to be 25 degrees in the morning and 40s
during the day. Have to go to the old home and try to locate a vase my sister in law wanted to be buried in.
Among other things we need to get done. Brother got pulled over on route 15 down there going 30 in a 70
mph speed zone and had to leave his car there. He got held up after dark and he can't drive hardly at all
after dark. Also hit a concrete berm, blew out a tire and cracked a wheel a different day. Lucky he has friends
that will help him in emergencies because it would be impossible for me to keep racing 200 miles all the time
to help him. Very hard on our vehicles too.
Very glad I don't have to go out and work in the subzero weather. No critical jobs to be done. It was forecast
well. Feel sorry for the people that have to be out there, soldiers, first responders, and such.
Hope everyone has a great day. Think tomorrow morning the pups and I will be back out on our runs. Today
will be another day they will be stir crazy, cooped up in the house. They do go out around the pool and play so
they get to feel the cold and know why they can't be out long.
Good morning, Sensatiional Senior friends ~
A "heat wave" today with a balmy 51 degree temperature, 44 degree wind chill. Expected rainfall soon. And so, goes another day marked down in February. I will be counting the days until April when we see signs of Spring.
Excited for our trip soon (ten days) to Anna Marie after revisiting the pictures of the condo where we will be staying. A short (one block to the white sandy beach), a lovely pool and a nicely decorated condo. I don't know if I posted but I made a grave mistake while booking our flight. Instead of 9:35 a.m. departure, it was 9:35 p.m. from Cleveland. Ugh. I had to do a lot of fast chatting and begging to get the seats that I wanted on an earlier 5:26 p.m. flight. I usually select seats up front and pay for those.... It all turned out o.k., but we are taking a flight into Tampa a day earlier and staying in Tampa that night before we drive up to Anna Marie. Oh my, the challenges of not being as mindful as I could be sometimes!!! Booking on line can be stressful. Flying Frontier (no agent) to speak with personally! Grrr.
The downside of this trip or any traveling we do, is to board dear Finn. I know he is in a secure environment at Paws on the Lake but I worry a lot because of his age and just feeling abandoned. The last time we boarded, he would not eat until I suggested mixing a few tablespoons of peanut butter in the food. That worked.
Errands now to run. I hope everyone is well. Valentine's Day soon.
Can anyone help with this dilemma that I am having with automatic sign on to the smoking forum. I need to switch over to Chrome (in order to save my password). I need to know the COMPLETE sign in before I save my password….
What will take me directly to OUR pages?
Hope this makes sense. It is extremely frustrating for me to have to sign on each time……. Chrome apparently will save my passcode. For whatever reason, google will not…..
Hi Susan, I think it would be this path.
I had a similar issue with Edge. But I don't save the password. I only get signed out when I reboot or clear the browser, but when I do it takes me to Delphi's main page. Eventually I find this page.
Dear Ernie ~
Seems like you have been missing in actin for several days. Hope everything is well with you. Computer problems??
Thank you for the information. I came on via Google Chrome and typed in the website. We will see. It’s quite frustrating for me to either a)have to remember all of these user names/passcodes or run to my little red book titled The Personal Internet address & password logbook. LOL
A sunny day here. I reluctantly looked up future dates for where we will be in Florida and it looks like 70 degrees. That would be perfect!
Carry On. Send a message to Ernie as he is so faithful about posting and I’ve not seen any recent ones. ?
Just wondering about your whereabouts…… I have not seen any recent posts……. Today is Jim’s birthday. Nothing exciting…he bought another car… A Nissan convertible (older model) silver with a black top. So, now the Mustang has been replaced and he will store this one until Summer.
I can’t tell your how many cars he has bought and sold since we have been together. I only know that I have had my Honda CRV for many a year…..and it is just fine! Women seem to not care about cars as much as men do!
Hope all is well. Perhaps you are just busy or computer problems?
Good morning Susan, Paul, and all. Posted on the 4th think it was, then nobody posted for days.
On the 7th didn't get up until the alarm at 3 AM and forgot to post later in the morning. Have to
get out on out run around 4. Today woke before 2:30. 28 degrees, not so bad. Yesterday was
about 35 this time in the morning I think.
Yeah, Susan, I get wrapped up in my cars and bikes sometimes. Have names for my bikes. Sandy,
Midnight, and such. Don't know if I told the story on here last Summer. Riding my bike past the
Hammond Lake in PA, just got up to 65 cruising. Deer came out right into me. He lunged forward
and his rear legs went straight, right in front of me. Got surprised, no collision, just his foot hit my
left foot out on the highway peg. He saved us both from death, not to mention Midnight. So guess
every day of my life now is a gift. Susan, guess your husband still is making money and can risk a loss.
That's the big deal in switching cars. You can gain or lose. It's good he is enjoying life. It's here to be
enjoyed. I must admit the Mustang sounds the best but I'm not there. Would love to drive a Mach 1
Mustang from the 70s for a while.
Susan, must be right on top of your trip now. Glad you're getting out, sounds like fun. Hope the weather
and everything else goes well. With our rowdy pups, don't know if we could watch Finn if we lived close.
Love Finn for all these years. Our pups might have settled down after an hour or so. They're over a year
old now. Remind them about the peanut butter in the food if necessary, they have so many dogs to care
for they probably forgot.
I've been keeping busy with radio stuff. Like Jim I've got into a place where I have to sell one. An extremely
rare occasion, every 10 or 20 years or so. Don't enjoy selling.
Hope Paul and you got your sign on fixed. Mine comes up in a pop up on Firefox with the password stored.
Everyone have a great day. We had sunshine all day yesterday, rain all day today, free car wash.
Yes, Susan, I also have too many passwords for various things. Without a list I'd be endlessly resetting them
Enjoy the day, everyone.
I am happy to hear that all is fine with you.
Guess there are some quirks to work out on this new I Pad. Everything is smaller……and I am still on what I call the “learning curve”. The sign in works…guess Google Chrome does save them. At sign in, I am asked for two forms of id., a thumbprint and passcode. The I. Pad is not as user friendly to sign in as my laptop but it is a convenient size and eventually I will be accustomed to all of the new changes.
A rainy day here in Ohio, followed by some high winds tonight. I took Jim out for dinner last evening for his birthday. Splurged on salmon with delicious mashed potatoes.
Here’s a picture of Jim’s newest acquisition; our funds are separate and I don’t question his purchases….So now the Nissan convertible has joined his Audi. The only request I had was for him to store one car in the winter so the snowplows could do our driveways. I am happy with my Honda CRV, especially since it gets Finn out and about with the steps…It has 78,000 miles on it and is a 2012, I believe. I am very good about taking it in for its checkups and oil, etc. Eventually I will part company with it but it is now perfect for Finn when we go out and about (steps take him up to the back).
Enjoy the day…..