100 ears of corn. Picked. Shucked. Freely given. To us. Because we went to Mexico. During prime gardening time.
God bless our generous, thoughtful friends. And we gratefully bless God too for prompting them.
He was alive the last I saw him.
I heard an eyewitness tell law enforcement the cyclist hit a low trailer pulled by an oncoming vehicle. Next he hit the bridge railing. And ended up in the river.
The fire fighters finally got him out.
Generally, by Fall we’re done with gardening here in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. And we certainly don’t plant our vegetables and tomatoes now.
But my boxed quote above isn’t about autumn crops. Read it all
Last week I wrote a Quick Draft of an idea for a blog post on my ebooks blog. But it vanished without a trace when I clicked Save Draft the first time! 🙁
After searching for it high and low, I gave it up as a loss to a program quirk. It wasn’t much and I didn’t figure it would take me long to reconstruct it. Sometime. 🙄
Well, this evening I saw that WordPress 6.8.3 had been released. I checked to see what it was about and learned…
The “Quick Draft” tool on the dashboard screen was broken in the 3.8.2 update. If you tried to use it, your draft would disappear and it wouldn’t save.
Sooo…that’s what my “misfortune” had been about! I was glad to see the problem had been discovered and fixed.
But I was very impressed by this: Read it all