As I type this, the first blog in my new location, I have few hopes that anyone will read it. For those who do, thank you for visiting!
We are currently mid-Covid-19 crisis [Trump on Jan. 22, “We have it totally under control.” Yeah. (sarcasm intended) About that…], and mid-election year chaos.
Some time ago I joined the Facebook boycott and that included Messenger. My justifications are backed up by writers from both the left and right sides of the political bias such as The Guardian and Forbes, I have not deleted my account (yet), but don’t visit much. Apologies to those whose birthdays and other important dates I have missed. Also great apologies for ignoring Messenger posts.
I’m not doing much anywhere on social media, unless you count LinkedIn, Academia, and my dog Loki’s Instagram page.
My energies have been here with the creation of this website. It is just a start. Not pretty or fancy yet because I wanted to make certain it functioned correctly before I announced it. If you interested in being connected hopefully we can stay in touch here rather than on those sites that exist for profit. I have grown weary of those that profit on our need to connect.
As the website becomes more fully formed, I’ll try to drop a daily blog to keep everyone informed of my doings. For now, it will more likely be weekly.
Excited to see you back in action! Hope you both are well. Love following Loki on Instagram. Take care! Talk soon!
Thx, Toni! Waiting for the Covid thing to abate a bit so we can see friends again. You and Paul were our last visitors!
Cheers Jim! Randy and I retired in The Villages, Florida to be close to family.
Hey! That’s only three hours from here! Michelle loves the theme parks in Orlando (I am less enamored), but maybe if she goes up there, I’ll tag along and come visit – assuming we can all be safe from the Covid-deniers…… 🙂
Peace and love from Tom & Diana
Glad you’re doing well, Jim! I’ll look forward to your posts! Take care!
Happy to see this! I look forward to your posts.
Glad to hear you and Michele are doing well. Things are good on Colorado all considered.
Ping, Jim! All best to you both. And the dog! Ours is almost 2 and … who knew a labrador cross could gulp a mango seed that drops on the floor in 2 seconds? Ended well after the vet and a bucket. Cheers 🙂
Hey, Ian, good to hear from you. Miss the interactions we used to have both with your products and the IFCM/ChoralNet stuff. Yeah, Loki is a handful. We’ve only spent about $4000 on him so far …. Rescued sick from a puppy mill. Should have gotten a lab……