I was in Texas. I think Mr. Big Food’s Dad should promote this blog, don’t you? We got a little bit of statistics and history. And we do like proper grammar. And manners. Given who my Father-In -Law is, I should have about four and one-half billion followers by the first of the year, right? That’s
“What?” “Ruff?” “Marica. Back On Line.” “Oh my!” “Ruff!” “So I take it you had some success fixing your clickedy clack machine.” “Indeed.” “Ruff?” “Well, do tell.” “It’s been an adventure.” “We know. We heard you swearing… .” “ruff.” “And I cannot thank Kat enough for all of her help.” “She is a marvelous young
I’ve been running on my backup iComputer and now, back on the Farm with its blazing fast internet connection, it is increasingly difficult to even stay on line for more than 10 minutes at a time on this old iThingy.
So while there has been oodles and oodles of blog-worthy stuff going on, I just haven’t had time.
The food has been excellent, by the way. Lots of things are getting done. Everyone’s working hard. The dogs are well. Tiger is going to get stepped on if he doesn’t find a new place to crash.
UPDATE: Problems solved, I hope. Suek has alerted me to the fact that something is wrong with comments, and with “contact.” I’m dealing with Farm stuff– cleaning soot, have to get dressed up and go to Starkville soon, must eat lunch!– but I’ll get on it ASAP. Unless of course Kat sees this and
“RRRUUFFF???” “Missy! I have had quite enough of this. You’ve been back-talking and sassing me all day and now this! Counter-culture gutter talk. Go get the Irish Spring.” “R.U.F.F.” “Oh my goodness, Marica. I’m just joking around. You seem in such a mood. I was just trying to get a rise out of you.” “Oh,
“Today is the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address… .” Posted at 2:18pm. See, Folks, those who look at Big Food, Big Garden, Big Life first thing in the morning have known this the better part of the day. Regular readers have known about Lincoln’s religiosity since February 12, 2015— the real anniversary of
I’m not quite sure what exactly y’all have been seeing the last few days but I’m pretty sure it’s not what I’ve been seeing. The photos should be properly oriented now. Thanks to suek for drawing the disorientation to my attention.
The old blog at blogger is still active and I still get email notifications when comments have been posted. Anonymous has left a new comment: May I simply say what a relief to uncover someone who truly understands what they are discussing on the internet. You certainly realize how to bring a problem to light
Quick blog aside: Farm to Madison to Jackson (coffee at Cups!) to Farm to Starkville and back earlier today. PLUS! I downloaded a new statistics package. WooHoo. Lots of interesting and quasi-intelligent things on the schedule for this weekend. Stay tuned. ∞
BLOG NOTE: The mobile version of Bigfood.etc. is up and running. It still needs some tweeking– I may or may not replace that orange!– but I think it’s very readable. Let me know if you have any problems viewing the blog on your mobile devise. I’m using the free and easy version of the plug-in WPtouch 3. ∞
BLOG NOTE— Please excuse the formatting inconsistencies in the posts below. These are a result of importing Big Food, Big Garden, Big Life from a blogger platform to the WordPress platform. Wonderful Kat has put fixing this on her to-do list. Thanks, Kat! ∞
In no particular order of Importance, Relevance to Life, or Linear Time Lines (we qualified for a ‘free’ Direct TV upgrade; I can now watch Daughter C’s recorded episodes of Dr. Who over & over again as I dust), I am tired of 1. Not blogging –and– 2. Dust It is dry and there is
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “Well this is exciting! Or stupid.“: Have you ever considered writing an ebook or guest authoring on other sites?I have a blog centered on the same ideas you discuss and would love to have you share some stories/information. I know my visitors would value your work. If
Good afternoon!Hope you enjoyed that completely unexpected Guest Post by Miss M. Poor Dear. She kept dropping hints all day. She baked me a quiche! But I had decided to stay away from the World Wide Web and enjoy time with my family. Daughter C finally called to tell me to look at the blog.
Good Evening and Thanks to all who participated in last week’s Drive.You should check out Daughter C’s spontaneous comments, as well as suek’s thoughts on daisies.Mr. Big Food’s Dad has been participating behind the scenes.Thank you for your support.Pass it on.
I am quite certain that a dedicated handful of folks look at the blog on at least a semi-regular basis. I would like to hear from you. Missy & Rocky are excellent conversationalists, but they– being dogs & all- don’t have the same perspective as all y’all do.Daughter C comments in waves. Thank you! Much
Every time I post a post, I take care to change the font to ‘Georgia’. I do not like the blogger default font. It is unappealing and I want the blog to be as appealing as I know how to make it so I take the time to do this.This morning I was just diddling
One shelf… so to speak. Over the next few months I’m going to be making some changes to the blog. Not to worry. You won’t be affected. The first change is that I’m (eventually) going to migrate to a WordPress platform rather than Blogger. Again– not to worry. Nothing will change from your point of
[Miss M] ruled by royal fiat that I could not use the word “commercial” in this sentence. –Daughter C I just gave Missy & Rocky a fiat to get the heck out of the dining room. –Miss M Rule by whim coupled with fiat is a true mark of tyranny. –Mr. Big Food Constitutional authority,