It seems just as I get the hang of something, someone decides it needs upgrading and I start all over again tring to figure out how to use it. Such is the story with Weebly, the program that I use to set up this web site. Somehow they think it's an improvement to put all the controls on the side of the screen instead of at the top where they used to be. The problem with that is that now, rather than glance at my choices at the top of the page, I have to toggle back and forth from the pages (in order to see the whole page) and the commands on the side. So far, it's taken me roughly twice the time it did before to do anything constructive. Of course I guess there's an argument that if I'd stop changing things, then it wouldn't affect me, but I keep updating and trying to make things relevant. I have no choice but to get used to it. Having said that, my upgrades may not be ready by the end of December.
One advantage of working in hospice is that I get to play with all the therapy dogs. This is Asher, a Corgi.