Back in Business, For Now

Well, the site is up…at least temporarily. Apparently, there is some kind of glitch with a “plugin” that I use to make the site easier for me to manage and for the visitor to comment, “like,” and otherwise engage with the site. For the time being, I will post short bits, at least, as I try to find out how to return the site to full functionality. I must say nice things about the GoDaddy (my site’s host) support team; my contact there this morning got the site back up and gave me access to the admin area very quickly. Now, I am communicating with Jetpack, the plugin folks, to see how I can correct the issue for the long term.


Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.

~ Dorothea Lange ~

We are debating which direction we should head next in our wandering. I’m thinking about heading down to the town where I grew up, Corpus Christi, just to take a look. But I’m curious about the Arkansas delta area. And the tamale trail in eastern Arkansas and western Mississippi is intriguing, as well. Friends have told us interesting things about places to visit in Mississippi. And I would like to spend a little more time around Fayetteville, Arkansas and environs. So many places to go and see; so much money to make the dreams reach fruition. We shall see.


There is nothing as sweet as a comeback, when you are down and out, about to lose, and out of time.

~ Anne Lamott ~


My desire to be productive and creative is at odds with my interest in taking a long, leisurely, uninterrupted rest. But both of them compete with my wish to simultaneously be creative and slovenly. If I could will things to be done, I would do it. Today. But my will is not as strong as my lethargy.

About John Swinburn

"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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