Friday, April 17, 2009

WHERE DID MY POST GO?

This evening (it is 11:02 p.m. here on Friday evening in the central time zone) I wrote a post which has completely disappeared. I know it was posted, because at least one person (JoAnne from Washingon state) read it and commented on it. But it has completely disappered. The title was something like, "Persephone emerges with an urge to write, and a giveaway".

If someone has it saved on bloglines, please send it to me. And JoAnne, I am so sorry, but can I ask you to repeat your comment (as close to the original as possible). I am even more upset about a lost post than usual, because it was a giveaway.

Hoping someone can help,

Julie

4 comments:

Piecefulafternoon said...

Oh my dear - it seems to be gone gone gone - I have no clue what happened - I will look on bloglines and see if I can find it.

Piecefulafternoon said...

I am so sorry about your post disappearing.

I agree with you about reading a boring book - I find my self throwing a book aside if it doesn't catch my fancy, and I can't bear a poorly written book. I am sometimes shocked at how many poorly written books are out there.

I too have a project - but it needs no research like you have been doing - it is about my life growing up in Alaska before it was a state - starting at age 9 and going on to age 11. I lose interest in the project for some time and for who knows what reason - but your post (the one that mysteriously disappeared) has inspired me to take up the writing project again.

I do hope you find that missing post - it was delightful.

Shopgirl said...

Where could it have gone....I missed it and I bet is was special.
I am up when I should be sleeping, Arney works late all this week, so my sleep clock is out of wack!
Hope you are doing well, think of you. Hugs, Mary

Margaret's Ramblings said...

Don't you just hate it when that happens. Think the internet just has a mind of its' own sometimes. Last night when I loaded a photo onto my blog it repeated the photo a hundred and two times. Now I know that some of my photos are ok but folk don't have to see them that many times.

Margaret