Monday, October 31, 2011


This morning, I got this message when I signed in on Blogger --Your browser is no longer supported by Blogger. Some parts of Blogger will not work and you may experience problems.  If you are having problems, try Google Chrome.   So evidently I was right -- Blogger did not like Internet Explorer 9.0.  Or maybe the notice was just a tricky warning generated by cookies?
Since friends have suggested Google Chrome, I took another flying leap and now it's seems to be better. The games these internet companies play! (I think Blogger is part of Google.)  But that's okay as long as everything works.  Keep your fingers and toes crossed.

Halloween's almost gone, and I remembered what I'd forgotten.  The barbed wire wreath!  We've seen a few over the years and they were very pricey, so recently Craig rustled up some rusty barbed wire (yes, we're up to date on our DPT shots) and made me a wreath where I could hang my Halloween cat.  He's a talent!

While we might have cleaned out the cache, we still have a big basket of candy waiting for the trick or treaters tonight.  Our neighborhood is teaming with toddlers and elementary age kids, so maybe they'll eat the entire basket (so I don't have to).

Happy Halloween!


Jana said...

Love the wreath and the cat (Ozzy approves, too) Happy Halloween!!!

Ann said...

Cool Idea! Hope chrome works for you. I tried it when I was having problems & didn't like it. Eventually went to Firefox & it solved many of my problems.

Life's a Beach! said...

Thanks Jana and Ann. Ann, the page was faster at first, but now lags significantly when I scroll down. Geez Louise! I'm about out of ideas!

AJ. Baxter said...

I have tried explorer, chrome and Firefox in order to find the best visual display. At the moment, explorer gives the best font display with nice smooth text. Firefox and chrome give the font ragged edges that can be tiring on the eyes. VIsually, images look the same on all browsers. Explorer is unable to full communicate with the blogger dashboard so I switched to chrome as a compromise.
Hope this helps,