Bear Attack!!

Feature Photo: Kevin Noble, Unsplash.

In a recent bear attack, an eye, a nose, and part of a mouth were lost in the battle. The poor old bear didn’t stand a chance. Against the nine-month-old, ready-for-action, Labradoodle….who in her defense, was only doing her thing. Sadly, we feared it might be the end of the 71-year old bear, Richard’s first …

Wondrous Wednesday

You wish, You wonder, You wait, You worry, And finally... You welcome! Our fourth grandchild, Stevie Lynne. Born on                               Wednesday January 16, 2019.    

Preserve your Story with “Print My Blog” WordPress Plugin

I am reblogging this post from the very generous and talented Mike Nelson. He prepared a PDF copy of my blog (WordPress.com) which I greatly appreciated. I had tried to do this myself using other methods but never found a suitable result. Mike’s solution worked very well for me. If interested, I encourage you to give it a try!

Colin Michael Lucien Jonathan Nelson's Blog

A few months ago I wrote about how most current digital content, including blogs, probably won’t be readable in 100 years. Quite a few commenters said they really just want to make a paper copy of their entire blog, but there’s no easy way to do that.


So, a few weeks ago I created a WordPress plugin that makes it easy to print your entire blog. It’s called Print My Blog, and is available for free download from WordPress.org. After installing it, it’s just 2 clicks to create a paper or PDF copy of your entire blog. It also avoids printing ink-guzzlers, like your site’s header image, menus, or sidebar widgets. It just prints your blog’s content, the stuff you’d want to read.


Here is a 2 minute video showing “Print My Blog” WordPress plugin to create a PDF of my entire blog.

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Oops, I Did It Again

My excuse this time was... Our family time together was so rich and full that the following event came and went unnoticed by me. Being one who is prone to reflect, this oversight was highly unusual. And, I didn't make any New Years' Resolutions (also unusual). Perhaps this is all leading to a less driven …