News and rss terror

The big news today is that we are Great Grandparents to baby Matthew, who was born this morning weighing in at 8lbs 11.5 ounces. Can I really be mother to a son who is now a grandfather? It seems rather far-fetched. Anyway, we are all delighted and looking forward to seeing the new addition soon. Photos, may or may not appear. And yes, mother and baby are both doing well.

Misty had a bath today in readiness for going to see the new sproggit. The Little Dog loves a hotter than warm bath/shower and it is amazing how she fluffs up. I had forgotten that kneeling is not at present an option for me, due to my dodgy ankle, but managed to bend down enough to join in.

Taxing my brain this afternoon has been the demise of googlereader. I have been tending towards burying my head in the sand about the cut off date on 1 July. Searching the net today has not made me any the wiser as to how to cope, so I have settled for updating my blogs to read on my own blog. Of course, that doesn’t mean that I am alerted to new posts, so I have to find a way to deal with that issue. Any ideas?

 

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6 Responses to News and rss terror

  1. Ray Barnes says:

    Congratulations great grandma.

    I wish I could help with the RSS problem, but as usual, haven’t a clue.

    All I can do is sit it out and see how, if at all, it affects me.

  2. Tabor says:

    I hate how technology is in every constant change mode. The young accept it and adapt, but I wonder if they will also be tired of this as they get older. I do not fully comprehend what is happening, but I guess I will see if it affects me or not. Congrats on being a great!!!

  3. Tim says:

    Congrats :)

    And move over to Feedly instead.

  4. Dianne says:

    Congratulations on the new gr-grandchild. Time flies doesn’t it? As for your reader issue, I don’t know anything, but wish I could help. Dianne

  5. Graham says:

    Congrats on the new Great Grandchild, I know how it hit me becoming a Grandad for the first time, can’t imagine how it feels to be a Great Grand Parent, fantastic news,

  6. chris says:

    I imported all my feeds into bloglovin’ – which is where I found this post!

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