First of all, I want to thank my anonymous commenter for suggesting that I buy Dr. Scholl's shoes at Walmart. They are very comfortable shoes, and they only cost me $30 plus tax.
Please, anonymous commenters, give a first name when you leave a comment (like Karen, Pat, Lindie and others do), so I can get to know you. I realize many bloggers don't like to allow anonymous comments, but if you have the word verification in place, it won't get you a lot of spam; and it will allow you to make more Internet friends. Some of my favorite regular readers comment anonymously and simply sign a first name.
While I'm on the subject of blogs and bloggers, I do wish the people whose blogs I read would list an email address on their profiles; sometimes I'd like to say something to them that isn't appropriate to leave in a comment.
If you look over on the left side of this blog and scroll all the way down, just above my mother's picture you'll see "Rachel" and "Donna" listed as contributors. Rachel is my daughter; she's only listed so that in case I croak, she can get on my blog and tell you. I'm Donna; click on my name. On the left-hand side of my profile you will see "contact me" followed by my email address. This way, if you'll like to tell me something but don't want to comment publicly, you can do it. Just put something in the subject line so I'll know it's from a reader.
Here's an interesting item: The last entry I did here about the logging has been shared on Facebook eighteen times. I guess folks find the fact that we got paid for our logs an item of interest worth sharing!
Oh, here's something: Notice the picture at the top of my blog is smaller now? That's because Picasa, the site that hosts pictures for Blogger, says I've reached my limit for free pictures. However, I can use pictures smaller than a certain megapixel limit and they are allowed; hence the shrunken header picture. For five dollars per year, I could add bigger pictures, and Cliff says to do that... I owe it to "my people", he says. So far I'm balking because I already have a paid flickr account; Blogger should let me use that for my headers photos but it doesn't. I can use flickr for any pictures in my blog entries, though.