For the last five years, the San Diego Chargers, purportedly a professional football team in the National Football League, have played way below their abilities. When heavily favored, they have proceeded to lose quite handily. For the last five weeks, they have been heavily favored…. to lose! Each time, they have won. They are on a five-game winning streak, which includes a road win over Cincinnati in the playoffs. That has gotten the area into Chargers mode, reflected most recently in the new San Diego Central Library. During the daytime, it has looked like this:
For the past few nights, in preparation for the Chargers taking on the mighty Denver Broncos in Denver today, the library at night has been dressed out in rotating Chargers blue & gold colors:
Update on my open letter to WordPress: Things are still messed up, and WordPress has not responded to me, either on my blog or in their Forums. LIKE buttons still don’t show up on blogs that have a URL ending in wordpress.com, but I am able to comment on them as long as I click directly on the words “Enter your comment here…” Previously I could click anywhere in the comment box, which was really convenient. Now, not so much convenience.
My stats page still doesn’t show up, and the little gold star at the upper right that notifies us of new comments and LIKEs only shows up if I load my blog, and then reload it!
I shall continue to camp out in blogs but it won’t look like I’m camping since I can’t leave a slew of LIKEs everywhere.
Lastly, I’m heading out into the boondocks today, deep down into the boondocks. I’m leaving Jim and Zoey the Cool Cat at home alone, all by themselves, no one to listen to (they say that I like to hear myself talk). If I get lost and don’t make it home, I want the last thing you see to be Zoey the Cool Cat. So here she is, from the comforts of her newest home:
She doesn’t look at all interested in the Chargers playoff game today, and she doesn’t even seem to know that I’m going to the boondocks. Ha! She will later on when she wants to play red ring fetch and eat, and realizes that I’m nowhere to be found. She’ll have to rely on Jim, which might not be a good thing to do when it comes to playing red ring…. or even eating, for that matter!
I always like it when I go away for more than a couple of hours because when I come home, Zoey the Cool Cat is a real love bug. She knows who’s Chief of Staff, attending to her every whim……………….. and she misses him when he’s gone!
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