Here’s one of the One Lone Cat vlogs I forgot to add to the site when I first uploaded it to the One Lone Cat YouTube channel. In this one, I celebrate the 40th anniversary of the day a certain leather-clad sitcom character jumped over a shark and made TV history.
It’s been a while since I wrote a post but so far, things have been going well.
For starters, I am sort of on a break from filming my vlog series One Lone Cat because nothing’s been going on. However, I have spent my downtime uploading my back catalog videos to the site through WordPress because YouTube decided to demonetize a chunk of my videos because they were not considered “advertiser-friendly.” And content-wise, there really isn’t anything that would be considered objectionable. But as far as I’m concerned, I think it’s safe to say that I might be posting videos to the site for the foreseeable future.
After all, I gained the ability to upload videos through WordPress to the site when I upgraded back in February.
Last weekend, I was originally supposed to housesit for my folks but since my brother is back up for the winter, I ended up filling in for my mother for a day at her business which is known as The Rose Quartz Stand. It is located across the street from Burger King in Herkimer.
The Rose Quartz Stand sells geological treasures, crystals, stones and other assorted collectibles. I worked there last Saturday from 12 to 4 and I will be there next Saturday from 12 to 5.
If you want to learn more about The Rose Quartz Stand, here is the website: http://therosequartzstand.com
Vintage Crumb pic from 7 years ago via Timehop.
A tweet I did 2 years ago as part of a trending topic on Twitter where you had to describe the 80’s in four words and as everyone knows, I am a big fan of all things 80’s.