With Sunday, of course! I guess most â€œnormalâ€ folks look at Monday as the start of the week. However, when youâ€™re â€œretiredâ€ (whether you want to be or not), and every day starts out the same as every other day, you find yourself starting the week with Sunday. Just seems natural and â€œhow it should be.â€
My Sunday started out as usual; trying to watch the news and catching up on e-mail. (Been wondering how my Uncle down in Texas if fairing what with all the Wx theyâ€™re having down there.) Shit, showered and had breakfast after starting my first load of laundry (usually whites). About time to start figuring what to make for dinner. (Chili Dogs & Bakes? Chied Fricken & Mashed? Meatloaf & Baked? Shrimp & Rice?)
Working out with my Father-in-Law how to share things via Dropbox. I have a butt-ton of space to store things online spread all over the place:
- 25 Gig at SkyDrive
- 7 gig at SkyDrive (I donâ€™t remember how I got two accounts)
- 5 gig on Dropbox
- 5 gig on Google Drive
- 2 gig at 1and1
- Plus I can upload all my photoâ€™s (a bit at a time) on Google+ and/or Flickr and all my videoâ€™s to YouTube.
- I also blog at my blog, wordpress.com, Google Blogger, Tumblr & Twitter. (And theyâ€™re all connected somehow.)
But it still doesnâ€™t seem to be enough sometimes! And, Holy Crap!, I belong to a lot of websites! (My Bookmarksâ€ could print out to a small booklet!) Some people, including our son, thinks storing things in â€œThe Cloudâ€ is a bad thing. To me, it depends on what you store. Public type pictures and documents; who cares? Bank account/passwords and the like: No Way!
I wonder how long my YouTube account will stay up after I die and donâ€™t log in for awhile? If it stayed â€œforeverâ€ Iâ€™d upload ALL my videoâ€™s so folks could watch them 100 years from now. Same with my photoâ€™s and Flickr/Google+ or wherever.
Dinner turned out to be Shrimp, Rice & Veggies. Was good. Now itâ€™s time to veg out with the Discovery Channel for the rest of the evening. Maybe play on the radio. Maybe finish the laundry. Maybe not.