[ ... Interestingly enough, I couldn't use Google Calendar under Firefox ... here's the blurb it said under Firefox:
... And as for Internet Explorer well, yes, it would open BUT it would continuously have a system's breakdown ... aargh!!!! ]
Frustration aside, (typical muggins me!) I decided to persevere and am satisfied with the end result. The reason I mention the above is two-fold. Firstly, for those thinking of using it just beware of possibly tearing your hair out. Secondly, if any clever bunny happens along my blog who would kindly like to share their knowledge, I'd be open to your suggestions.
Now, although today's calender doesn't detail the lessons as I've done in previous schedules, I will attempt to do so tomorrow. The #1 exercise for today was simply to achieve the above. One can always improve from here, nē rā?
Okay, I've since gone through Control Panel and both IE and Mozilla are checked for default browsers. Am I supposed to only have one checked? I don't think so because I've just asked my brother and he has them working okay. My conclusion: leave it till tomorrow to see if I can figure it out with a clearer mind.
Dear oh dear, my post was meant to be chatting about school and how we're getting into the "end-of-year-wind-down" mode due to the beautiful weather and the talk of Christmas around the corner. I was also going to talk about two projects we've got in the wings. The first project is for Astronomy which I half-pie started last night and had all good intentions of working on this afternoon ... however, I'm sure it won't take you too much to figure out why I didn't "get round to it", lol.
The second project is a lesson plan for Language Arts. I raced out to the whare pukapuka (library, ie whare - house, pukapuka - book/s) around 4 o'clock to collect the book we'll be using so that we can get into it tomorrow without interrupting too much of our school day. That doesn't mean I allowed the calendar to interrupt school work, but it certainly interrupted my after school creativity attempt.
As the saying goes "tomorrow is another day"...
Thanks for dropping by
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