#61 White Rabbits and Happy May :)

By: sandiquiz , 11:57 AM GMT on April 26, 2014

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WISHING EVERYONE a HAPPY and SAFE MONTH of MAY





Ever since WU had its 'makeover' I have been seeing several blogs with pale coloured backgrounds, and wondering how they had achieved it.

Skye tried to explain it to me, Ylee also tried, but as Linda said in Ylee's blog yesterday, she could get it to colour, but not to stick!

Well, thanks to the link Ylee provided in comment #13 of his latest blog, I was able to do it! (There are some side links, which are basically tutorials. The link to CSS gives you examples - click on the "try t for yourself" option. I played with it, and after several attempts with their example page, I got what I wanted....."cafe au lait" for a coffee blog! lol

All I did was copy the complete code from their example page and paste it here.... so far, so good!

Anyway, I digress.... I thought the dandelion blog had been "floating" around for long enough,so until my mind gets a spark of something new, I am returning the coffee blog.





Café au lait (French for 'coffee with milk') is a French coffee drink. The meaning of the term differs between Europe and the United States; in both cases it means some kind of coffee with hot milk added, in contrast to white coffee, which is coffee with cold milk in the UK, but may be cold milk or more usually a whitener added in the USA.





So.... stop by, leave a post, or not, enjoy the company, and the coffee (or tea), and just "chill out"!



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67. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
12:06 PM GMT on May 02, 2014
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66. Skyepony (Mod)
3:59 AM GMT on May 02, 2014
Happy May Day!!!

White Rabbits X 3...

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65. BriarCraft
8:32 PM GMT on May 01, 2014
Happy May Day!

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64. GardenGrrl
3:58 PM GMT on May 01, 2014
White Rabiits times three to you. Yes the busy season is certainly upon us.

Happy Birthday Karen!

Jane says you are 97 today!

(Looks like Ylee missed that one so I'm taking up the slack;)
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63. whitewabit (Mod)
3:49 PM GMT on May 01, 2014
my, my you are busy today ..

Have a wonderful month of May !!
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62. Ylee
1:36 PM GMT on May 01, 2014
White rabbits x 3, Sandi! Hope you'll be able to relax soon!
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61. sandiquiz
9:26 AM GMT on May 01, 2014
For the First time in many months... nay, in many years.... I do not have time to go around my WU friends to wish you all a Very Happy month.

Please take this "generic" greeting as my White Rabbbits Wish to you all for a very Happy, Healthy and Safe month of MAY:)

Thanks Ozgalah, Ylee, Wabit and Mike .... yes, MAY DAY!

Watch out for "Morris Men" today!!




Be Back SOON!

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60. clearlakemike
6:46 AM GMT on May 01, 2014
omg...is it May 1 or 1 May already? May Day May Day...this year seems to be going by very fast, at least to me, Sandi. Happy May to you! I am still in the last day of April for about several more hours and savoring it. I hate to see it go by so fast. But onward we go...
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59. whitewabit (Mod)
6:22 AM GMT on May 01, 2014
WhiteWabits time 3



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58. ozgalah
11:00 PM GMT on April 30, 2014
I forgot white rabbits, that might be because the Tassie devil was shredding a toy leaving a trail of kapok behind him!!!
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57. ozgalah
10:52 PM GMT on April 30, 2014
That's how busy people get busy! Good luck with it all!
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56. Ylee
2:03 PM GMT on April 30, 2014
Good luck, Sandi! "See" you tomorrow! ;' )
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55. sandiquiz
1:42 PM GMT on April 30, 2014
Hi GG, Ylee, and Jane.... Thanks for your posts:-)

I am here, I am well, but very busy....and, tomorrow is the first if the month.
To add on the pressure, my Birds and Wildlife Group competition, which concludes for the month tonight, has had a record number of entries. There will be over forty mails to be sent in the morning.....Phew! That will teach me to take on another task, when my agenda is fully booked any way!

Hopefully I shall have time to check in tomorrow..... :-)
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54. JanesVacation
11:30 AM GMT on April 30, 2014
Good morning, last day of April and the flowers are beginning to bloom here. We've had some April showers lately, so that has helped a great deal. I just heard Karen will be 97 today. That is really just too warm for me.

Have a great day and White Rabbits to you tomorrow!
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53. GardenGrrl
10:15 AM GMT on April 30, 2014
Good Morning it is 53f here and not expected to warm up much. Wasn't it 90f about a week ago? Yard work should be nice tomorrow.
MUST NOT GO to Garden Center. lol ;)

Have a great day.
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52. Ylee
10:02 PM GMT on April 29, 2014
I enlarged the font while shrinking the zoom to 75%, and the cams on my blog hugged the left side ofthe page, while leaving all the links on the bottom! Running Chrome on XP!

Tomorrow's the last day! :' )
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51. GardenGrrl
10:11 AM GMT on April 29, 2014
Good morning am on the tablet due to on the whole Internet Explorer snafu. Updated my antiviral and am running a scan on my big computer. It is too early for silliness like trying to dictate to the tablet. Oh my goodness it can hose up what is being said.

Guess it is time to finally try out Firefox . Set chrome as my browser but just don't care for it. So mm used to IE. It has all my favorites so easy to click to.

Hope your day goes well and you get caught up on Flickr . Really does take quite awhile to go through people's photos and comment. Type at you later.
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50. ozgalah
10:38 PM GMT on April 28, 2014
Hope you enjoyed your coffee! Its pouring with rain here but that's good except for drying Geddy every time he comes in! Having a hearing check up today, can't believe I've had my hearing aids four years!
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49. sandiquiz
5:02 PM GMT on April 28, 2014
GG - I followed your link and found that Choffy is good for you... :0)

"For example, there are more antioxidants in an 8oz. cup of Choffy than almost two servings of blueberries. How's that for stamping out free-radicals!"


I will be glad when April is over, and I have finished with the 'Photo a day' invited group over in Flickr. Only two days to go!
It is not the shooting and editing of the photos that takes up the time, but the commenting on other members photos. It isn't compulsory, but it is appreciated.

I will post a collage of all 30 photos when I have taken the last one on the 30th:-)
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48. GardenGrrl
10:04 AM GMT on April 28, 2014
Choffy. Something new I found at the Grapevine Chocolate Fest. It is ground cocoa beans you prepare in a French press and let steep a bit longer than regular coffee.

The open bag smells amazing. Nothing quite like ground cocoa beans. The actual prepared Choffy is kind of unusual tasting. I'm not use to hot cocoa that diluted.

It is great, however, prepared with a medium strong coffee. First start brewing the choffy for three minutes, then add the coffee to the hot mix for four minutes. Press with the French press strainer and voila! Add warm milk and sugar to taste. Now this is really good.

Here is the link to Choffy Choffy Link of course they say it is super healthy and a cure for everything. I think it just taste good with real coffee.

PS for those of you that like miik in your coffee or tea, I have been using powdered milk. It gives the wonderful milk flavor without watery down what you are drinking or making it cold.
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47. sandiquiz
9:10 AM GMT on April 28, 2014
Having a coffee in my favouite Italian cafe after getting my new glasses.
I can see WU on my phone again!!! Yippee

About to go grocery shopping so will log on from home later.

Hope everyone survived the storms last night.
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46. ozgalah
1:49 AM GMT on April 28, 2014
Hi Sandi hope you had a great weekend! I have just started drinking coffee for the first time in my life, I have always been a dedicated tea drinker but I find it harder and harder to get a good cup of tea, so I tried a coffee and enjoyed it!
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45. clearlakemike
9:39 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
Quoting 40. palmettobug53:

It might be, Mike. It just might be.

That green floating table reminds me of the fixtures in dentist's offices of yore. lol


Reminded me also of old dentist office fixtures, lol. Has a retro future look.

Sorry to hear about the frost coming so late in the season, Sandi. Doesn't sound good at all.

Btw, I drank freshly ground Organic Mayan Chocolate coffee beans mixed with Starbucks Medium Roast Decaf beans. Trying to decaffeinate somewhat. About 1/3 regular and 2/3 decaf.
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44. sandiquiz
8:35 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
Quoting 43. palmettobug53:

OK.. did that. Now it's got all the sidebar settings at the bottom, which I don't care for. I'm going to flip it back to medium.

I suppose things get better, as we go along.


What size is your screen? My side bar stays at the side in large size. It is a 15 inch screen. Nothing is at the side on my IPad... :-(
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43. palmettobug53
8:25 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
OK.. did that. Now it's got all the sidebar settings at the bottom, which I don't care for. I'm going to flip it back to medium.

I suppose things get better, as we go along.
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42. palmettobug53
8:20 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
I like the AARP cover best, too.

I'm back in IE at the moment. I'll check out the settings in Chrome.
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41. sandiquiz
7:59 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
Happy Sunday Evening to you all.... I have just watched the Weekly review on the weather. Apparently there is a depression forming, bringing storms and lots of rain, BUT by next weekend, the 3rd and 4th of May, there will be a cold blast from the Arctic, which will mean widespread frosts all over the country. It will kill off much of what is already blooming and blossoming after months of mild weather! The last time we had a frost was in the middle of February!

Hi Bug - Oh, I love the photo of him on the front of the AARP magazine..... (he favours designer stubble in the one on the Smithsonian! lol)

Yes, caffeine does leach calcium, and the stronger it is, the more it leaches apparently.... but it is very small amounts, and one yoghurt a day replaces what you loose form three cups of coffee.

Right here is a size SOLVE for you. You are in Chrome.... go to the three bars on the far right and open "settings". At the bottom of the page there is a blue link that says "Show Advanced settings". Click on it and scroll down to WEB CONTENT, and change the font size to large! That is what I have mine at now since the change over. :) Works perfectly, Although I do make the comment box larger by dragging the corner down...not out!

Wabit - I still have an electronic coffee grinder, which is in the back of the cupboard, and just occasionally I grind some fresh beans down and make a cafeteria of coffee to drink with cream:)


Shirley - Oh,you poor love, I am sure I would be scared, too...fingers crossed nothing comes your way, but at least your daughter is prepared.
Sending you virtual strong shoulders to lean on.

Mike - That is Perfect!! thank you:)

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40. palmettobug53
7:49 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
It might be, Mike. It just might be.

That green floating table reminds me of the fixtures in dentist's offices of yore. lol
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39. clearlakemike
7:37 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
Source.

Hope you don't mind me posting the photo, Bug...but it is the future of coffee blogs? :)
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38. WeatherWise
6:59 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
Hi Sandi, A bit scary as I am not used to being in tornado country and fairly strong predictions for tonadic weather today through Tuesday I think. Is storming a bit now, even. It's an everyday thing here and my daughter stays prepared. However I sensed to day a VIP prep and actually got myself worked up to tears thinking about it. It is quite scary knowing in advance. Say a little prayer and hope that it does not come through this area.
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37. whitewabit (Mod)
6:45 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
Sandi .. we splurge on the weekends and grind beans for our coffee .. one Jamaican bean we really like but it s rather expensive ..

I do like cream in mine and a bit of sugar too .. yes sugar and real cream not one of those packaged chemicals .. in a jar or a paper pack .. that leave such a bad after taste ..

but grinding your own you can grind it as fine as you like ..

many over here are using those little cups you insert in to the coffee maker and one can have multiple coffee blends on hand ..
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36. palmettobug53
6:31 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
Oh, I meant to tell you that our favourite heart throb graced the cover of two of my magazines for May: AARP and Smithsonian Magazine, He is Smithsonian's first ever celebrity cover. You can read the Smithsonian article here.
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35. palmettobug53
3:52 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
OK, am on Chrome now and I see what you mean about this shade making things easier to read. Not that I was having a problem with the white but this is a bit easier on the eyes.

Now, if they'd just make this comments box move from top to bottom, along with the order you select for viewing the comments, I'd be a happy camper. And if they'd give us back the choice of small, medium and large fonts, like on NUWU. I know you can scroll the page size but it plays havoc with the sidebar.
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34. palmettobug53
1:39 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
Hi, Sandi!

With all the reading I do, I'm surprised I missed that bit about coffee leaching calcium from our bones. I'd heard that sodas would but never could remember why. I realize now that it's probably the caffeine.

About the only soda I drink is ginger ale and it's not every day. One a couple of times a week, maybe. More, if I'm not feeling well. It's especially refreshing if I've been working outside and am hot.

If real milk is better than the powdered creamer, I suppose I ought to use it. It will have to be at home, though. The powdered creamer is more convenient at work. I've learned not to put anything in the break room fridges; people poach!
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33. sandiquiz
12:20 PM GMT on April 27, 2014
Heavens, Lots of visitors whilst I was sleeping! lol

It is now early afternoon, and no, I did not sleep in until noon, I just had a busy morning. Looking forward to the next two weekends, as C has singing, so it will be just Max and I... peaceful bliss!

Hi Bug ( and Mike) I can't spell bannanna for toffee! OOh, bananan toffee sounds great!
(Poor old spell-check is going bannanas at the wrong spelling of BANANA ! lol

Hi Skye ... thanks for seeing the connection to the colour and the blog:)

Poppy
, I am so glad my screen shot helped... and even more glad you put some calamine lotion on your suntan!! hehe

Linda
- What a frustrating morning you had yesterday... I hope the techie folk can help. Like Ylee, I use Chrome for everything and it does seem to cope with everything so simply. I must admit when i tried to launch IE yesterday and it kept asking for me to "log-in-with cookies" I nearly through a RICH TEA at it! lol

Eight pound of strawberries sound a lot for one person to eat... do you freeze them down, or do they keep in the fridge? I know if I ate that many in a week I would have a bad bout of gout!

Briar - PG tips with milk and sugar is very British...although I drink my tea with just milk as I do not like sweet tea, or coffee. That's why I don't like flavoured coffees, they take sweet. C love vanilla syrup in his coffee and at Christmas he loves the gingerbread flavour. The only flavour I will take is the chocolate... chocolate coffee is delicious!

As to the cover photo ... if you check out the cover photo on my group... you will see the problem I had trying to combine twelve robin shots into the correct size to fit... it took me HOURS!

Ylee - the coffee bean WU is of my making years ago when I first made the Coffee blog. We had a coffee machine that used real beans then, but now my machine uses "pods"... easier and less mess!
The world in coffee beans is.... erm... borrowed and adapted:)

GG - I only ever drink cafe au lait... coffee with hot milk, and it has to be real beans, not the instant powder... I hate that stuff! Two cups of coffee in a morning keeps me going until lunch time, and after all... real milk is good for you.... keeps your bones strong!!


Years ago I read an article about coffee - ie caffeine - leaching calcium out of your bones, but if you drink it with milk, and not black, it actually balances it out. I switched to milky coffee then, and have never gone back to black coffee!

Found this report which backs up what i read years ago.

"Coffee saps calcium - A while back, reports warned that drinking caffeinated coffee would leach calcium from bones. But a nicely done study shows that the amount of calcium in the milk you put into your coffee is enough to make up for the minuscule amount of calcium lost. " H... says.
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32. GardenGrrl
10:04 AM GMT on April 27, 2014
Good Morning, coffee blog sounds great. Nice color too. Kind of the color of on the road "breakfast" coffee too. Half coffee, half milk, lot's of sugar.
Off to the Bat Cave.
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31. Ylee
1:44 AM GMT on April 27, 2014
Is the coffee bean "WU" a photograph of yours, or do you have a coffee bean font? :' ) Looks good!

Linda, if you have Chrome installed, you may have the best luck with backgrounds and such, though I don't know why it wouldn't work on the other browsers, as it is a universal HTML command.
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30. BriarCraft
11:14 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
I'm sipping a glass mug of PG Tips tea with milk and sugar. Somebody told me that is "English style", but maybe that is only what Americans call it???

I have been fussing around with Flickr for the past two hours, trying to change my cover photo at the top. Well I did change it, but I couldn't get it to stay the right size. I resized the photo and got the same result. After the third such try I finally went to the Help section and found it is a bug they are and supposedly have been working on for some time. I feel better now.

Looks like Thoughtsteader has found the fabled Bottomless Cup of Coffee. It really does exist!!!
But I thought she was Cafe au lait challenged? (Sorry TS!)

I must say having a cafe au lait background does make everything a bit easier on these old eyes.
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29. calpoppy
7:26 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Bug If I can do it, trust me anyone can do it!!! I am not computer wise at all!!! Sandi, I changed my sunburn look to a lighter tan, LOL!
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28. Thoughtsteader
7:17 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
No problem at all, Mike!

Sandi, I've just done what I should have done in the beginning - sent off an email to the geeks and coders in the back room. Now I can set the whole thing aside until I hear from them. I think I'll go turn on the AC - it is getting blessed hot here.
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27. clearlakemike
6:58 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Quoting 20. palmettobug53:

Snicker....

Mike, you sound like you're getting hung up in the NUNUNUNUNUs. Kinda of like spelling bananananana.


And it is even harder being a visual hob along...
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26. palmettobug53
6:55 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Eeek. All of this is too techie for me! If I wind up not being able to stand the white background, I'll just go see if I could find a cheap glare screen.
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25. clearlakemike
6:53 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Quoting 22. Thoughtsteader:

@Mike - I think you've got the name wrong. It's "thought-steader", as in homesteader!  The last thing I'd want is an Orwellian name!



LOL...I am so sorry Thoughts t eader!! Well then, I think I will take that name, lol...Like Sandi, I am having trouble with my right eye (beginning of a cataract) and my vision is off currently. Hard to read now, ugh.

Now, with the avatar it makes sense. I will need to go hunt for my Orwell avatar :).
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24. Thoughtsteader
6:50 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Oh, never mind. :) I thought I'd found the problem, but I hadn't. Back to my cave....
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23. calpoppy
6:24 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Sandi, thanks for the screen shot1 I did it, I did it, LOL! Not sure of the color yet, but it is start. Your screen shot of what to put really helped!!!!
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22. Thoughtsteader
6:19 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
@Mike - I think you've got the name wrong. It's "thought-steader", as in homesteader!  The last thing I'd want is an Orwellian name!
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21. Skyepony (Mod)
6:06 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Excellent color for the coffee blog:)

I'm waiting on my afternoon cup to brew.

Good luck on the John H mystery..
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20. palmettobug53
5:41 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Snicker....

Mike, you sound like you're getting hung up in the NUNUNUNUNUs. Kinda of like spelling bananananana.
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19. clearlakemike
5:37 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Waking up here on the other side of the world to a coffee like Thoughtsleader's (that name sounds so Orwellian, lol.) Just black for me, thank you. I like the new shade on your blog, Sandi. Reminds me of fine writing paper we use to type on back in the old days. Yes, on a typewriter...how quaint.

Well, when I am done with my Flickr books (finishing up the fourth one currently, lol,) I might try experimenting with changing the shade of my NuNUWU blog if I can figure it all out. Hope you have a wonderful Saturday evening :) Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving your calling card in NuNUWUWhite.
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18. palmettobug53
5:30 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Oh, yum. Fresh strawberries!

I take it that old John H has gone on walkabout and doesn't want to be found. You'll find him eventually, I'm sure. You're very persistent! He's probably sitting in a pub, somewhere, having a pint.
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17. sandiquiz
4:45 PM GMT on April 26, 2014
Hey Linda... I am posting this in Classic ...

AND now modifying it in Classic! It's still there, at least on my laptop it is:)

AND now modifying in NewestWU to say dinner is about ready, so that's me out of here for the evening.
Apart from flitting backwards and forwards to WU and Flickr I have spent the afternoon trying to trace a certain John H...one of my great, great great granddads. I know this guy exists as I have him on the marriage certificate of his son, my great-great granddad, but find him? It is worse than one of dear Agatha's mysteries!
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