The USA will have a new president in 2017. That is a good thing. Will America be great again? I believe it will. Will my own world and life be better? I believe that, too, will be the case.
I need to keep up with the exercise regime I’ve begun. I need to put more time and effort into getting the second rental unit ready to go, and to keeping the first rental unit functional. I need to decide on what I want to do, on what I need to do, and then do it!
It’s that simple. Really.
Today we drove down to Kanab, Utah, about an hour south of where we live, and walked around the town for a while just to get some fresh air and exercise. Not entirely productive, I guess, but I definitely need the exercise!
And I saw a Yugo! Does anybody remember the Yugo?
YUGO in Kanab, Utah
31 December 2016
Let’s wrap up the year with a symbolic image of passing time. Yes, I know, another mermaid would be more fun, but a wristwatch will have to do!
Out with the old year and in with the new!
Okay, the math was easy enough, because I didn’t have to do any math. I looked through the archives on this site to find out when I started my “1000 Days” countdown thing. It was 13 December 2015. Then I typed in a “natural language” internet search: “How many days since December 13 2015.” Several “countdown timer” web sites popped up, and I had my answer: 383 days.
The internal links in the site weren’t working… errr…
possibly probably because I had completely deleted the WordPress folder several months ago when some of the Themes files became corrupted, and tonight I decided to try to resurrect the site by re-installing the current version of WordPress.
Anyway, this awesome article on the www.wpbeginner.com web site allowed me to solve the problem in seconds. Yes, in mere seconds! Go to “Settings,” click on “Permalinks” (the bottom link in the list) and then click “Save Changes.” That simple! BOOM!
Where am I… relative to that “1000 days” thing, I mean? I’m not sure, I’ll have to do some math to figure it out. Once I get the math part calculated, I’ll try to get back on track with tracking what I’m trying to track.
Uhm… just what was it I was trying to keep track of?