Life in transition with Ray but without Rochelle, Rebecca, and Elcie. The blog title is taken from the girls' names but "roc" and "rebel" works for me too.
I don't know about seniors, but there's one confused blink. I don't know what's in that...slide show? Er, something? I can't even see it unless I poke at source code, and then I just end up confused.
I could see it fine, Ann. And I think although I'm "only" 44 that I'm already having some senior moments. *Sigh.......*Recipe? Did you say recipe? Whup it on us, Ann. ;o)Love and hugs,Diane
My friend Carin, who said she couldn't see the post, won't mind me mentioning that she is unsighted. She has special software and is a blogger but of course she couldn't see the cartoons.Sorry, Carin - I'll send the captions to you.
Hey, no worries. Unsighted. I've been called a lot of things, but that's a new one. Grins. Don't worry, I'm unoffended too. Heehee. At least google knows how to do a proper word-verification box, as annoying as they are. But it's cool to not have to listen to backwards speak and that high-voiced girl whenever I want to comment here. For those who don't know what I'm on about, go to a blogger blog with word-verf and click "listen and type the numbers you here." Don't get me wrong, it's great, but it's a trip.
Hello! I tried to leave the address to my new blog, but didn't have enough space :PI've closed Bosphorus Ramblings and now have http://www.kizgikate.blogspot.comYou guestbook is really cool-- I may have to get one for my blog, too :)LoveKatie
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