It's snowing here in NYC. I took a friend's dog for a walk in Central Park; it's an absolutely gorgeous winter wonderland. The dog loves running down the path in the snow and I felt proud that my body could keep up with her at my age.
However I almost had a heart attack the other day when Yahoo updated my My Yahoo page and I discovered they'd gotten rid of all the hundreds of bookmarks that I'd collected over the past 10-12 years including many BtVS sites. There's no place one can call for human contact unless you're a paid member. What with updating the Yahoo email site so that it's hard to save drafts, Yahoo has gone from my favorite email service to my least favorite one. I was driven to friend the Yahoo Customer Care over at FB and was told that my bookmarks will now be accessible in the Yahoo Toolbar which means I'm forced to download that. Once I can get to my bookmarks I'm going to save them elsewhere. All this updating of websites and services is driving me crazy and one day may just force me off the internet entirely (I really doubt it but still...)
OTOH my google-fu is working very well. Back in the 60s I listened to a lot of radio and now that (almost) everything is available online, I began hunting down old songs. I found most of them but two songs in response to the war in Vietnam eluded me for years. A few days ago I found them!!! I'm sharing them in case anyone is interested in what was happening half a century ago (has it really been that long?).