Bofloofcious (floofinition) – a remarkable or noteworthy housepet.
In use: “The bofloofcious pittie puppie soon demonstrated she was a bofloofcious friend to the family’s children on her way to becoming a bofloofcious adult member of their sprawling family.”
- Is anyone else using the new WordPress Editor?
- Does anyone have any particular issue with it?
- Is anyone starting to hate it as much as I am?
Well, to elaborate on the last first, you probably read that and thought, I don’t know. How much are you starting to hate it?
I expect a learning curve with any change. But when I follow the process and it doesn’t come out as expected, forcing me to begin trouble-shooting, only to discover there isn’t any trouble-shooting to do, leaving me unable to post what I want when I want to post it, then I begin to hate the application.
Like, that whole thing with blocking a paragraph to work on it is irritating. So is the inability to use MS Word commands that I’m used to having.
Yes, I’m getting old and cranky. So what’s your point.
All this leads me to my real question: how do I return to the previous editor? That’ll be this weekend’s project.
This is an old and familiar song. It just joined my stream today, coming from many things and nothing, as often happens with the breccia that I call my thinking.
I first heard this song, “River Deep, Mountain High” by Ike & Tina Turner, when I was young. I don’t recall the circumstances, but wikipedia tells me it was released in 1966, so it’s reasonable to think I heard it on AM radio while driving about with Mom in her car. Later covers were more commercially successful.
Ike and Tina broke up. There’s a big story behind those four words. Ike has passed away. Tina lives on.