The last day of November, 2015 is upon us. The year will soon be history.
Had to rise at 7 a.m. today to make sure I am awake and my mind clear. The cable technician is to be here some time between 8 a.m. and noon. Naturally he has yet to arrive.
Some of the channels on my television tend to pixelate, making viewing impossible. It is not always the same stations or networks.
My new project, Citizen Journalists Live, is off to a good start. For some reason, some of those registering to participate are having problems with logging in to the site.
I am not sure if they are not saving the site-generated password (which is long and weird) or what the issue. I have suggested everyone to click the lost password link and reset the password to one that is easier for them to remember.
Speaking of CJL, you too can become a citizen journalist! Register today and begin to share your world with others.
This rainy weather and cooler temperatures are getting to me. I am still doing much better than I was before my exodus to the Desert this summer.
My biggest issue, which is complicated by my cluster headaches, is dealing with the depression. The depression tends to grow with each passing day. My ability to ignore and cope is becoming weaker.
Come tomorrow, the refrain which seems to have become my anthem over the past 15 years or so will be playing in my brain.
“If we make it through December, everything’s going to be alright.”
That’s the way it is in Mark’s Den at the start of a new week and the eve of a new month.
And how is your Monday going?