“Potentially Damaging Productivity.”

It’s a real article, it’s a real quote:  LINK



The only time people use the word “lest” anymore is on Veteran’s Day and Memorial Day, when they like to say, “Lest we forget.”

It’s a pompous, pretentious word, and I don’t care for it.

A Spambot went through and “liked” dozens of my posts.  There doesn’t seem to be a way to block or moderate “likes,” so the offending site gets free advertising and there’s nothing I can do about it.  Comments I have a great deal of control over, but I seem to be powerless over “likes.”

What makes this so frustrating is that one way I find new blogs to follow is to check out the people who like the same posts I like.  That’s still a great way to find new blogs- but be very cautious now about the links you click.

(And if someone knows a way to block or moderate spam “likes,” please tell me.)

Just for one day…

Finding this song really restored my flagging spirits.

I see is as more than just a specific story of a love affair. I see it in the more general sense of living in the moment: we can’t do everything, but we can do this one thing; we can’t do it forever, but we can do it now.

Even if it’s just for one day.