I've already been up for several hours as I do have a busy day ahead of me. Last night I had to sign back into google. I didn't find that unusual as that happened to me before. However last night after typing in my password a screen popped up asking me for my phone number as a way to get my password if I forgot it or if my account got hijacked. "Take this blog to Cuba!" They promised not to call or send me any messages. I didn't do it. I don't trust them. What's to stop them from selling phone numbers? They didn't promise that? Many companies do that. How do you think you get all those annoying phone calls from entities that you have never had any contact with. Stores do this. I'm not biting. Remember how Spaces was always "improving" things and making it more difficult to maneuver around and cluttering everything up. Then suddenly the blog section was eliminated. Why? Maybe because they weren't making any money from the blogs. I have no proof of any of this. I'm just wondering. They have my email address. Now they want my phone number. Why don't they just ask for my bank account number? Shades of those shifty people at Spaces. You always have to be aware of the sharks in the water.
As April 1st approaches so does a snow storm. It appears that where I am, about 5 or 6 miles from the coast we will just get rain or perhaps a coating of 1 to 2 inches of snow. An area 30 miles northwest will get 6-12 inches. Hmmm...I remember April 1st 1997 we got a 24 hour 36 inch blizzard. Wouldn't it be fun to relive that day again? No. It would not be fun. There are still some piles of snow in parking lots around the area though they are now ugly blackened heaps. I was in Boston on March 17th and it was a beautiful day around 70 degrees. What I found humorous was seeing people in t-shirts and some all bundled up like Nanook of the north with their furry hoods up. They looked like they were peeking out of a bears butt.
Ok I have lots to do so for now...
I'm outta here.