Okay, I think I’ve burned myself out with editing my paid CSS upgrade with the recent WordPress.com theme: Sandbox 1.6.2.
I wanted a narrow, “one-column” layout to my weblog, had to review my old stylesheets for clues and finally found two useful CSS codes for the “#wrapper element”:
- margin:0 auto;
The rest are learned from other WordPress.com themes.
And meet your maker.
Another target acquired for the day.
Or night for Molech’s owls.
“Hoot! Hoot! Hoo-yah!”
Add another priceless
Ring around the collar.
Not stained brown.
Or bloody red.
Or shiny bling.
Nay, just a tooth.
For an eye.
From an eye.
If this “verse” didn’t flow well, it’s because I’m an amateur with weird thoughts at best.
So the three of us attending this morning’s mass, ate breakfast with parishioners at Denny’s restaurant, shopped at the DeCA commissary store in Moffett Field, CA, ate lunch at Goldilocks, bought more cooking ingredients at 99 Ranch Market and basically enjoyed the rest of the day.
The receipt for the 99 Ranch Market came to the total of $7.77 with a change of $12.23! The time stamp on the receipt read 2:55pm!
Tonight, I lurked online via a weblog, copy and pasted a weblink and found an article number 9677. Here are a couple of quotes from that article:
“[...] very unpopular with the government [...]“
“[...] “mind my own business” [...]“
Well, I happen to be the opposite — popular and “what to know” but it’s my “family business”. Bahahaha! Whatever! Carry on, fools!
With that said, I noticed more double- or triple-digit numbers:
- 144 – FEMA Warehouse and
- N – 255 Warehouse Supply.
Other appearances are:
- PRO-SJ33 on the switch near a sink at the mini-lunch room at my “temp job from hell”.
- 133 as the last three digit numbers of a five-digit CA license plate. Probably government on HWY 101.
Reference: Signing up? Here’s a sample post via “Challenge for 2011: Want to blog more often?” by Scott Berkun.
I’ve decided I want to blog more. Rather than just thinking about doing it, I’m starting right now. I will be posting on this blog once a day / once a week for all of 2011.
I know it won’t be easy, but it might be fun, inspiring, awesome and wonderful. Therefore I’m promising to make use of The DailyPost, and the community of other bloggers with similar goals, to help me along the way, including asking for help when I need it and encouraging others when I can.
If you already read my blog, I hope you’ll encourage me with comments and likes, and good will along the way.
Today is beautiful! The skies are crispy, clear and blue. The sunshine is bright and the air is mild! Although I’ve not received the usual email confirmation yet; I know that a long-distant “friend” (and his boys) are happy because of because of the surprisingly blessed weather since 11:00am yesterday.
After the 8:00am mass this morning, Emmer invited nine parishioners to Denny’s restaurant for breakfast – a birthday celebration for his wife. Poi, Raquel, Fred, and two others attended. I had ordered my first Cranberry, Orange-flavored pancake (2) and three more items: two strips of turkey bacon, one chicken patty and two sunny-side eggs for $5.99.
We finished eating in less than thirty minutes and then left the building at around 10:40am. Hugs and kisses were exchanged and the three of us went home to change clothes, to poop, to drink our medicines, to clean out the parakeets’ tray and feed them. We plan on buying stacks of rice, oranges and spaghetti noodles as symbolic foods to greet the new years.
You see: Rice means more food. Noodles (with its long strands) means long life. Spherical (or circular) objects, such as oranges, mean prosperity, much like coins (or money).