Another thing I remember about this old theme is that the Link Box messes up being able to get to older posts. When there’s a link box, and there will be several before the new blog is up, look at the top of the post on the main page and it should have a link to a previous post. Otherwise, I’ll just have to move the link boxes down with new posts and once they’re off the main page, things seem to work ok.
You still cannot see comments .. I can see them and I love them so please keep leaving them. I’m counting down the days til the new blog gets here. Sara and I are in the design phase – what I like, what works, what she thinks so I know it’s going to be worth the wait.
We’ll just hobble along for another few weeks.
And speaking of hobbling . . I need to remind myself that I’m getting older. I wrote the Growing Old with Beauty and Grace post and then I didn’t take my own advice.
Every night I stay up too late getting things done (last night it was sourdough bread). When I go to bed, I hardly ever remember hitting the pillow. I fall asleep almost immediately. Then when I wake up in the morning, I’m out of bed and halfway through the house before my eyes are fully open. The minute I wake up, I’m ready to hit the deck running. The bed is an old wooden frame with wooden rails that stick out just an inch or two from the box spring. This morning as I sprang out of bed, my right foot sprang right into that wooden rail and now . . guess what! I can’t walk on my right foot. It’s been several hours and it’s hardly swollen and there’s no visible bruising so I don’t believe it’s broken but it dang sure hurts. I can hobble a bit with no shoes. Put on my trusty flip flops and I can’t take a single step.
I told Vince “Someone has to pick peas and cut okra today.” He said “I guess you’d better figure out how to get a shoe on and walk out there!” I know he’s joking but so far, I don’t think he’s picked or shelled a pea in his entire life. Today may be the day! 🙂