What a day…

Hello, Sprites!

It’s been a long day today. I’m still fighting this cold so I’m not doing the whole news thing yet because I don’t feel like sitting up at this computer cross-referencing and all that jazz. So today is a meme day.

First up, RBG vs. DT:

It won’t take but a little digging about me on the net to know that I am vehemently anti-Donald Trump (and if you’re not, I’m sorry for you) so that meme just tickled me pink.

This next one is just a photograph but it makes me SOOO happy:

Heads up, Donny! We’re coming for you!

And finally something that I believe ALL of us have suspected at one point or another in our lifetimes on the Net:

Until next time, Sprites!


Still sick…

Hello Sprites!

Sorry for not posting yesterday but I’m still down with the damn flu or cold or exotic baby disease of whatever the hell this is. All this coughing is driving me to distraction.

Being sick has been my life for the last week and being in bed has defined my existence and that’s OK. Nothing profound to see here; move along!

But, just so you’re not too terribly disappointed, here’s a purple Lamborghini:

Use it well, my loves.

Until tomorrow…


Welcome To 2019

And here’s hoping it’s a better year than the previous three.

But so far it’s starting off pretty crappy… for me, anyway. I’ve caught the flu. I got sick the Thursday after Christmas (and yes I caught it from my husband, the little stinker). And if Mikey’s any indication, it’s gonna be a lingerer: he’s been sick for almost a month now.

Oh well, it could always be worse.

Oh, I gotta call my mom. Write back later.

Happy New Year!

Backing up your Tumblr blog to WordPress




In this tutorial we’ll teach you how to make a copy of your Tumblr blog onto WordPress.com to act as a backup.

The first two steps don’t need to be followed if you already use WordPress.com.

1. Sign up for a WordPress.com account

You need a WordPress.com blog, simply follow the steps to select your username and confirm your account via email.

2. Open WordPress Admin

  • Click on My Site
  • Select the WP Admin you wish to import into

3. Visit the import tools page

In the sidebar menu select ‘tools’ and then ‘import’.

4. Select import from Tumblr

5. Allow Tumblr access


Click the ‘Connect to Tumblr to begin’ button. You may need to log into Tumblr if you haven’t already. Be sure to allow access to WordPress.com

6. Start the import!

Once authenticated you can select your Tumblr blog from the list of your blogs and click on ‘Import this blog’.

And you’re done, WordPress.com takes care of the rest and will create a copy of your posts onto your WordPress.com blog.

Here’s how to backup your Tumblr to a free WordPress account. This takes a little while but its worth doing.

I have decided to move my blog to wordpress…if you would like to follow me…please click on this link 

tkm61com.home.blog .. looking forward to see you guys there…take care