In this rapidly-changing world of electronics, the blog has kind of been back-burnered. Facebook is easier, but I have always said that the blog was part of what I call my spiritual writing practice. I knew it was time to look at the blog's design and content when Google Chrome recently warned me that I had some potential malware via something called Blog-O-Rama.
I contacted Typepad's Help Desk and they gave me the directions for searching for and eliminating the site Google questioned. This meant going back into the design and finding that little bugger, which I ultimately did under Feeds. I don't even remember placing it there, but I've been writing here for nine years and I can't remember what I ate for breakfast. I Blog-O-Rama and it appears that I'm once again clean and good to go. Sorry if I alarmed any of you who may have gotten the warning.
So, if I made you uncomfortable when you came to visit Redondowriter's Sacred Ordinary, Mollie and I say we are sorry.
We've just returned from our evening walk and she has been antsy all week as individuals randomly shoot off fireworks now and then in prep for tomorrow's 4th of July celebrations.
Fireworks are illegal in Los Angeles County, but tomorrow the Redondo Beach Pier and Veterans Park will be jammed with celebrators. At about 9 p.m. tomorrow night the big public show will be available out in the harbor. I'll stay home quietly with Mollie so she feels safe--and I can see them out my bedroom window.
And here is Mollie saying have a wonderful and safe 4th of July.