My brother’s doggo, Ginger, is officially full grown. I am glad I can still hold her!
It’s one thing where my memory has intentionally run short after moving south. 😌
I decided to go with a “dark-mode” motif (yeah, I know, it’s trendy) and prefer it a lot more to the eye-shredding brightness of the orignal theme.
There’s always more, but I think it’s getting there.
Does anyone know off hand if it’s possible to auto format posts that come in from OwnYourGram.com? I often find myself editing each of them afterwards, moving the first sentence into the heading of the m.b post. Is there a way, for instance, to add markdown to the first sentence of each Instagram post that gets added to my micro.blog site?
But, walking quickly by this razor thin alleyway, all I could see was this child’s lost playground ball.
…and is stuck in outbox purgatory, you are not alone.
I reached out to Apple support this evening and they confirmed there is a current outage for “some users” and that engineers are on it.
So if you are getting the same error (eventually, it can take a while), rest assured, the right people are looking into it.
Because man, do I hate to crack open my secondary Gmail account.
…while a single, seemingly innocuous cut on my finger tip, reduces my daily productivity by 40%… ish. 😅😬😐
I knew they’d been bought out and didn’t even have the color that I originally purchased my hoodie in BUT… the company that owns them now (Huckberry) still honors the 10 year warranty for repairs and mends that aren’t super egregious.
So, as an experiment out of genuine need, I sent my 5 year old forest green TYH in for some repairs, knowing (and expressing complete and utter disinterest) that some of the repairs/replacements would not match the colors of my original hoodie.
Weeks later, what came back is kinda glorious! The repairs are top notch and the blown out cuff and waste band elastic replacements are pretty much what I expected. I’ve worn this hoodie to a ridiculous degree and I love that, somehow, after the KickStarter and everything, they found a company to honor the original warranty.
All I paid was shipping!
If you like quirky, densely layered electronic pop music, I bet you’ll dig this. It’s been on repeat for me ever since it dropped. Very ear wormy - itunes.apple.com/us/album/…
Got the Xs this last Friday and there are a couple of things that surprised me.
When you invest this much in a device you use everyday, it’s been great to have it genuinely surprise me (again). 😊
Today I’ve been married to @allthatmel for 2 decades (in December we’ll have been together in a relationship for 26).
I could wax poetic and dive into a deliriously complex and wonderful sea of nostalgia, but what I think I’ll do instead is focus on now.
Years of trust, communication, challenging each other, always unconditionally having each other’s back, laughter, occasional anger/frustration, all of the things… all of it has always brought us back to today. The present.
Now. And that “now” is, and has always been, built on top of love.
We’ve both changed so damn much since we met that one summer in the early 90’s. I knew I loved you then. I know we’ll love each other beyond all of this, as long as we continue to hold space for each other and whatever we endeavor to be.
Happy Anniversary sweetheart! I love you so. Thanks for loving the current and past “me’s” for this long. I can’t wait to see what we become walking all those miles towards the horizon.
Such a wonderful find! Can’t imagine the time all of this took! 👏🏼 Melinda and I savored every. Single. Step.
It can get down in the low 40’s here but, this legit fireplace in our room chases all that coolness away with a hefty dose of cozy. 🔥🧑🏼🔥 So, so grateful for this human and everything she is.❤️ We’ve been on adventures for 26 years now and it just gets better every time. #TyMveinteaños #soreadyforfall
I tell ya! I’ve had it since downloading the first public beta of Mojave and you know what? I was dead wrong. I think, at best, I’ve used it less than 10 times.
Not even sure what Apple could do to change that situation either. Don’t get me wrong, I am stoked for the possibilities inherent with Marzipan. I have to admit that the Home app implementation is a dud though and has given me pause.
You know what did get implemented nicely though? News. I look at that several times a day. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
So I guess we’ll have to see. It’s fascinating to observe within myself though.
Not gonna lie. It was a hard day today. But rather than focus on the amazingly slow grist mill that is my chosen way of paying the bills, I’d rather focus on some constants.
Picture one: Weather. It is as constant as it is unpredictable. It cleanses as much as it causes unbridled chaos. I adore its temperament (as it mirrors mine) but today? It was kind to me. I made my way home literally just before it dumped every where in Durham. No doubt: I’d have welcomed the soaking. It is late summer in NC after all. But still, the perfect timing was noticeable.
Picture two: My partner’s affinity for discarded feathers, their significance, and what they represent… while I don’t feel her inherant reverence, I do witness them. This one showed up in my path on the way home. It may not be apparent in the photo, but the color pattern was pretty unique. It comforted me.
Picture three: While I am pretty damn sure she might hate this photo… I love it: this is how see her. It doesn’t contain the smile you all hold dear (including me), but it is very real, and does include the element of play that has sustained us for so, so long. I see this photo and I see inherent trust. I see a person who witnesses my inner playfulness (“WTF are you up to Tad?”), embraces it and, for better or worse, trusts me. So yeah, today wasn’t that great. But knowing tomorrow doesn’t give a shit about today? That helps a ton. ❤️
Before the tower, before the iconic Matthew Curran fish mural, before the explosion, Mel and I were lucky enough to live on this block and experience Durham in this state. For better or worse, we witness these transitions and have to own where we fit amongst it all. I love that I was here to witness this moment - the calm before the storm. In many, many ways, I miss it.