Real life difficulties, please stand by


Or get a cup of coffee, or an ice cream cone, and relax.

1937 map of area near Porlock, Somerset, England

Porlock is a village in Somerset, England. I wonder, where does he get the "Porlock, Jr." moniker? This is a 1937 map of the village, Wikipedia image.

It’s been a rough couple of months, personally, away from the blog.  So I’ve got the two lowest-posting months in the history of Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub, back to back.

Regrets, and apologies to faithful readers (especially to Porlock, Jr., who is having some bizarre difficulties leaving comments which may require a trip to WordPress HQ in San Francisco to work out — any excuse to visit the City by the Bay, eh?).

I’ll try to clean out the drafts-to-be-posted bin, and otherwise get some life in the old Tub for you, faithful readers.  It’s not that there aren’t things that need to be blogged, nor that I haven’t had anything to say about events.  Not enough time to get everything else done, and find time to write.  I’ll try to mend that issue.  Thanks for hanging with us.

Wish me luck with the off-blog stuff, will you?  Thanks.

Spectacular San Francisco Famous Downtown Land...

San Francisco at night, photo by Jon Sullivan, Creative Commons copyright; image via Wikipedia

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2 Responses to Real life difficulties, please stand by

  1. Ed Darrell says:

    Nice to see you’re back.

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  2. Porlock Junior says:

    Well, thank you for the useful map! Also, for a fine shot of The City, as we provincially call it.p

    After simply avoiding the issue for a longer time than I realized, I decided to pretend it didn’t exist, and here is the result. Too much determination to force the system to do things my way: this may have been the real problem.

    Very sorry to hear of the off-blog problems. Hope they’ve cleared up or are on the way.

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