I know that this should not interest any reader of my blogs; but, I am attemptin’ a new approach on WordPress as I am bloggin’ right now. Even though it states that it is by Susanclaire at the top … it’s really your ole guy who’s bloggin’!! And did you notice I italicized and darkened it … wow!! I may have found the solution to usin’ this “blog assist software program”! I just changed the “author notice” to Emiel aka Emiliano Meisel … I’m hummin’ now … it’s gonna work, I just know it. And you are present … it’s happenin’ live in front of you.
Today is Monday and I think it’s the day that Roger Stone, the Trump crony who made contact with Wikileaks and Julian Asaunge (sp?) — it’s his day to come before the female judge, again … and I hope she sends him straight to jail. It’s also 3 days before “Pi Day” — the thingey that lets you use whole numbers when dealin’ with circles ( remember 3.14). Then on the next day (3/15) — it’s Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s 86th birthday. The wife and I sent her a birthday card and told her to “please hang in there; we’d be lost without her” — actually, it’s my grandchild that will suffer if we don’t get a couple of lefties on the “big court” sooner, rather than later. Then on March 17th we will wear the green and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. It’s also Joe Goldfarb’s 102nd birthday and I’m sure we’ll have a party here at CAN#2 (Casa de los Ancianos del Norte #2). Joe is one of our two Holocaust survivors and I have blogged a number of times about the guy — he never misses an exercise class, a BINGO session, an entertainment hour … and once a week he holds his own session of playin’ recordin’s of his ole tapes of Yiddish music. In April — on the 15th, “tax day” — it’ll be the birthday of our other Holocaust survivor and out breakfast tablemate Dorin Mathis; but she’s a youngster — she’ll only become 94. And in May, on Cinco de Mayo (May 5th), it’ll be Alma’s 102nd … and I cannot remember Alma’s last name. She’s our Smith College grad and when we were all livin’ at the Westwood CAN#1, her family had a big blowout for her 100th birthday — so we had to celebrate the Mexican anniversary of the Battle of Pueblo (5/5) on May 4th — Quatro de Mayo!! [aside: I wrote a past blog about Cinco de Mayo … it just isn’t a very important holiday in Mexico. The Los Angeles folks just decided to have a big party, with lots of mariachis and loud music and lots of margaritas. There’s nothin’ wrong with that … it just isn’t a big holiday in Mexico!!]
OK, folks … here comes the big test. I will try to preview and then publish this blog. Only God knows whether it will work. So, here goes … 1st a preview check. Be right back! (I hope)
I am back!! It worked but not as I would have predicted and I don’t think I am usin’ the procedure that WordPress would recommend … but I say, if it works … flaunt it!! ‘nuf ……….