Evening all: Quieter day here; grandson surprised us with a visit and took Ms.D off to the local park and- phew - wore her out, thank you!!
Lindybird: Yes indeed we did watch the match. Thought it was a good game and we were happy with the result.
Lynette: Let me know what else you find out about your family. :-)
Have a good Monday all!
Whenever I dropped in here last week, there was garbage.
Thanks DIANE for starting us off and popping in ‘tween project.
Great news LINDA of your namesake, lovely names.
ANNETTE – We did have rain, all 5 mm overnight Fri/Sat. Today gloomy overcast. “Showers” promised later in week.
HEATHER – How wonderful to have a cake cook in family.
OG - I hope this week is brighter. You must be feeling better to manage church.
ROSY – Enjoy your time with g-dau.
LYNETTE – Cricket widow? Now’s the time for all those odd tasks!
Our Ash Barty to watch tonight. Last few years I had given up on tennis as I couldn’t stand the grunting, squealing, tantrums, etc. So nice to watch someone playing nicely. Stop blathering AG, time to get tea.
In reply to Eagle-eye:
OG: That looks like a DDoS attack to me (distributed denial of service). The attackers use a network of malware-infected computers (turning them into bots) to send hundreds of posts to a target (often a server), with the intent to overwhelm it and crash it. The tech folks may be having trouble containing it. It could even be on the host server that RSPB pays to use. Just my guess.
Edit: The site could shut down if it crashes or the tech people deliberately shut it down to contain it.
Evening all: Again, have read all the news and wish I had the energy to respond as I'd like, but I've just finished reading Ms. D Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Evil Toilets and am cross-eyed. It's lots and lots of fun. A bit like Monty Python in terms of pure silliness. :-)
Heather: "The Day of the Triffids!" Oh my , I remember people talking about that when it came out. Didn't see it though.
Am going to creep off to bed. Ms. D and I will be at the airport at 8:30 am to pick up daughter.......I shall need a week off after this. :-))
Take care all.
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