The words and feelings tumbling around in my head would flow onto the paper or screen to float away.
Tumbling around each other until they broke through
my angst, my sadness, my fear, my yearning.
Poetry, so much poetry. Likely all bad.
Short stories, not as many, but still the words flowed out.
When that stopped I’m just not sure.
Did I stop having things to say?
Was I gliding along a stream until something snagged me and said “Pay attention to this?”
Sometimes I feel like I have
nothing to say nothing to add nothing of importance
Other days there is a thing
that has to be said no matter what regardless of importance or interest
Trying to tell someone about something I find funny is an exercise in failure. The words aren’t always there. The description never can reveal what it is that made it funny.
Are these words just tumbling, rumbling, clogging
in my body in my head in my hands waiting for something to release them?
Where will they go? What will they do if they continue rattling around?
I’m sorry. Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part. I have a life and you are a full grown adult from someecards.
Love this version. Also, the typos are not mine…
A few good article links for icon fonts, why they are bad and how you can use them if you really need to.
I’ve have been using svg-sprites from icomoon.io/app for a current project but have been considering how to convert them to CSS-based or icon fonts if the project implementation needs it..
Seriously, Don’t Use Icon Fonts – Cloud Four
Some good points, thoughtfully set up as section titles:
Screen Readers Actually Read That Stuff
They’re a Nightmare if You’re Dyslexic
They Fail Poorly and Often
They thoughtfully point you toward a good article on how to implement them properly:
Bulletproof Accessible Icon Fonts | Filament Group, Inc., Boston, MA
And the github repo for Bulletproof Icons solution, to make it easy to implement and use.
a-font-garde – A variety of test cases and tools for safe font-icon usage.
images inside links
– either the image is stripped, leaving behind an empty <a>
– or the image is converted properly and an empty link is somewhere else on the page Horizontal Rules are bad
Classes on images inside of other tags are confusing
Nested lists are confusing
Next up… Hope FB approves my sayvil.com feed.
While that is in progress:
Figure out how to set this up for XSL creating an RSS feed for Sharepoint.
(any) This rule class will effectively strip out an element tag which matches the associated selector of the rule.
(any) This rule class instructs the Transformer to not process any transformation on element tags which match the associated selector of the rule.
Testing out Facebook Instant Articles integration using my blog. Very interesting.
I see that I will be creating multiple custom transformer rules to deal with the more complex coding used in articles.
The default transform doesn’t seem to understand things like linked images, etc.
I despise when I accidentally use parentheses instead of brackets in my CSS
I finally finished a yarn project. Since spraining my left ankle badly six years ago, I haven’t had a lot of luck knitting or crocheting.
Finished this scarf tonight while watching the pilot episode of Legends of Tomorrow.
As planned, I got the flickr photos updated before my birthday. Having a broken leg comes in handy when you need to do something sitting.
Next up…. finish restoring UFO photos to my
ravelry project notebook.
Apparently making all my photos in Flickr have a status of private has created much havoc in both my Ravelry projects and blog posts. Image not available is all I see everywhere.
I’m slowly going back and updating as I see it. Have found some great stories from about 8 years ago when the kids were much, much smaller.
I really like the clean looks of this one.
Will have to customize it so that it doesn’t print the escape characters for my single quotes and apostrophes.