Mondays are the hardest days for me and this blog. I like posting on Monday, because it avoids having too many posts in a row. Also, since I usually have abundant free time on Friday and Saturday nights (that’s the way I like it, by the way) I have plenty of time to research and write about the more serious subjects I tend to broach on Mondays. This week, I was going to talk about my recent experience with Guttenberg, WordPress’s next editor.
I don’t like it.
That’s not true, I like it fine, but there are two problems. One small and one significant. The small one is that you have to make a slight adjustment in order to indent a paragraph. I use this feature a lot. I like to set some thoughts off from others. The significant problem is that there is currently no way to assemble a photo gallery where the photos are in a tiled mosaic pattern – like I ALWAYS use. I’ve read that the Happiness Engineers are working on a solution for that. Good luck to them.
Anyway, I didn’t have a lot of free time this weekend. On Friday night, my daughter and I toured and attended an event at The Mark Twain House, in Hartford. On Saturday, I was invited to join friends who were visiting from Chicago, at The Cloisters Museum in Manhattan.
I wouldn’t have passed up either opportunity and I enjoyed both very much. My plan was to write on Saturday night and finish today (Sunday). Instead, I decided to watch some football Saturday. I watched as Alabama held off The University of Georgia (where I spent my freshman year). Then, Clemson dragged the University of Pittsburgh up and down the field like a rag doll.
Not in a mood to read, research or write.
Sunday, I began the task of sorting some of the photos I have from The Cloisters (none can be taken in the Mark Twain House). I do have a few photos to share. I hope you enjoy them.