Tom and I spent most of the day Thursday and Friday at a local hospital as he had outpatient tests being done. Don’t worry, nothing bad (we hope!). He has heart trouble and several years ago he was hospitalized for surgery to have a stent placed in his heart. That was a little frightening as he had a 90% blockage at the time. Since then he has been doing good and we are quite grateful for that! Every year he has to have a series of tests done in the hospital. They tell us to allow two days for these tests, but in the past it has always been completed in just one day because he was doing so well. This time it did take two days and that does have us a little worried. They indicated to us there was something seen that concerned them but we have to wait until he sees his cardiologist in a week and a half to find out what is wrong. I keep telling myself if it was anything serious, they would have moved his appointment up to an earlier date. Right?
This is the first time we have been in a hospital since Covid hit the country. It will be fine with me if we don’t have to go back to one for a long time! It was like entering a high security military base with all the required Covid precautions. I did have to go with him so I could drive him home after the tests. There were all kinds of signs outside the hospital about the requirements you must meet to go inside. Immediately inside the door we had to answer questions such as “Have we been around anyone that had Covid?”, “Have we traveled anywhere recently?”, etc. We were already wearing masks which are now required everywhere in our county but especially in the hospital. They took our temperature using a forehead style thermometer and then put a sticker on each of us indicating we could proceed to the next station. We went through three stations before we made it to cardiology. Each time we moved forward someone went with us because no one was allowed to walk around the hospital alone due to Covid cases in the hospital. I must admit it was all a bit unnerving.
I have been meaning to ask here on a post how everyone is doing with the new blogger? I changed to it a couple of weeks ago and for the most part I am fine using it. I’ve been able to do everything I’ve needed to do with no problems. The only thing I really don’t like is the constant “Redirect Notices” I get every time I try to view someone else’s blog. I click on “Reading List” on the lower left side and it brings up the list of blogs I follow with no problem. However, when I click on the blog title I want to see it brings up this “Redirect Notice”.
I then have to click on the URL (I removed the URL from this copy) for that blog and it takes me there. Is everyone else getting this also? It’s not a big deal but it is a bit of a nuisance to have to take that extra step. I tried searching all over blogger to find out why it did this but never could find a reason. It is simple enough to go back to Legacy Blogger however, I wanted to give this one a chance. I have also heard that the Legacy Blogger may be deleted but I don’t know if that is correct or not.
Any other opinions out there about the New Blogger? Is everyone getting the “Redirect Notices”?