In reply to Annette in SoCal:
Annette in SoCal Annette in SoCal 20 Feb 2019 4:32 PM Just tried to find somewhere to tell the web folks that the Rich Text Formatting button doesn't work. Not sure where to send info, Found an E-mail Us link, which didn't work! ************************ There is a roundabout way to get to Use Rich Formatting... write a post, post it and then edit it! The edit screen is in URF! At the foot of your post you will see More. Click on that, and you will see Edit.
I believe that Elliott B is aware of the problem, and probably by now a lot of other problems!
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I've been using "more" and "Edit" to make my entries appear in Bold font, too. Glad Mr Fixit arrived OK, OG. And there are always things which seem to need servicing, it seems. It's been rather drizzly and rainy today, here, but it's not stopped us from doing things. Tomorrow we have to pack up many small toys and bits of Lego, etc. Bonnie will find it very quiet when our guests leave, early evening! Sis in Law called in this afternoon to deliver a toy necklace which Amber had left at her house the other day. Bonnie was pleased to see her. I'm having a glass of white wine and getting ready for an early bed!
Afternoon all, I too have been on Nanny duty since Sunday - my 7yr old Granddaughter Seraphina and her Dad - he is a teacher so is off for half term.
We had 3 lovely days with visits to the beach most days and a trawl around the charity shops for books and games which she loves to do. She also ate me out of house and home but I did get lots in and they went home with a carrier bag of stuff that I wont eat. They left yesterday afternoon and I just wanted to flop but I was out last night at a friend birthday meal.There were 10 of us and although it was lovely all I wanted was to be home - is this what old age does to you - I used to love a night out.
Our weather in Suffolk looks set fair so I may get the lawn cut - what is the general opinion - is it too early?
The peregrines are starting to get their nest ready - we have a pair on Norwich Cathedral and it has a super clear camera. I also watch the Derby one which is good but you need to keep the volume down as the bells are deafening however the birds don't seem to mind.
Must get on as the washing machine has been going all morning with bedlinen and towels.
Have a good weekend all.
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