my favorite bird, I would have had an eldorado right now! They’re doing ‘it‘ right outside the window … on our balcony, and McDuff is watching!!! Gerry told me to cover his eyes … he’s too young to be watching that type of stuff. LOL.
Blog comments are really good to receive! Yesterday, on my little post about pretty much anything, Gillian reminded me of iGoogle. Sometimes I wonder what’s wrong with me. How could I have forgotten about that for … probably six months or more?!
iGoogle is your personalized homepage, I now have it back, and it’s better than it was! I have everything there now, my Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Reader, all the news I could wish for, one little game … you name it! A spiffy snowflake theme too!
The things that are better now are the Facebook and Twitter functions. Before, I remember I had to add them myself … they were like some type of ‘plugins’. It refreshes on its own and I don’t have to leave the page to reply to Gmail either. Great stuff!
Today looks like a beautiful day so we’ll probably go out for a spin somewhere. I stayed at home yesterday, while Gerry ventured out in the snow … he had some errands to run, and I had a little bit of a cleaning spree while he was out.
Last night, there was a show on TV about covered bridges. It was an American show, show they only talked about the ones in the States of course, but it was interesting. The amount of maintenance it takes to keep them in shape and how people vandalize them or burn them. The one in the movie «Bridges of Madison County» was in Iowa and that was burned. Sad.
There is one scene in that movie that I never forget. It really puts significance to the expression «pivotal moment» … how a few seconds can define the rest of your life. She [Meryl Streep] is in the truck with her husband. It’s raining hard. Clint Eastwood is in his car in front of them, when they have to stop at a red light. Her hand on the handle … not a word is said, but you can see what she’s thinking …. She has the chance there to jump out of the truck, but decides against it.
…and that conludes my rambling for this morning 🙂