I am a bad blogger.
I don’t actually know what it means to have 568 “followers”…the whole concept of anyone following what I write is crazy to me.
But in case any of you have wondered why I disappeared, other than the fact that on top of the pandemic’s effects, I have been in an even harder Lockdown due to the fact that right outside my doors and windows, is AIR that I cannot, should not breathe!!
You would think that would give me even more blogging time, right? I was on such a “fight the pandemic” roll, posting all these wonderful “Spirit Lifters”. That was good for me because I was searching every day for positive reminders of the good in life. And I hoped it was also good for anyone who happened to be reading my Blog.
But then WordPress broke my Blog.
I have no idea where my photos have gone. I stumbled across them accidentally for my 9/11 post but now they are nowhere to be found. And even for that post, I couldn’t do a Featured Photo.
And don’t tell me to get “help”. I have tried that 5 or 6 times now.
WordPress “Happy Folks” (or whatever they’re called) don’t speak Elder-English.
I feel like that person who finally learned to drive a car, but with an automatic transition, and then finds themselves in a stick shift vehicle with no instructions…
Right now as I type there are 7 repeated “commands” on my page here: what the “f” does “start writing or type / to choose a block” even mean?? How would I write as opposed to typing??? What the hell is a “block”? How or why would I choose one?
Please don’t feel compelled to send me a bunch of solutions. I’m not asking for help.
I’m just fussing for now.
I will ask when I am ready….but you will have to be over 70 years old to volunteer answers, and you will need to be in (or have retired from) a profession that does not involve computers at all.
If you have had your blog broken also, and fit the above qualifications, we might speak the same language and I might actually trust your answers.
Sorry there are no photos to make this post more interesting…
There. Rant complete.