"She refused to be bored, chiefly because she wasn't boring." Zelda Fitzgerald

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Hail the Conquering Hero!

If I had any idea how to imbed a good rousing rendition of "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow" along with this post, I'd do it.

The long story short is that I tore my hair out for three days trying every trick I could devise with my HTML code....whirling the CSS this way and that (in a rather amateur I-just-learned-how-to-code-this-week sort of way)and I could not figure out why in the world my comments weren't working. I finally turned to the resident computer genius (Aren't I lucky to have one?) and after a couple of hours of fiddling and trying about 27 more ideas he finally cracked it...and voila! We have dialogue! I plan to have better dreams for the next few nights, my stress level is now much reduced. Many thanks to A for his patience, his kindness in dealing with my issue and his hours of helpful work. I am endlessly grateful...you are lovely.

Life will be much sweeter now that my bloggy world is behaving. So, please...join in and let me know just how you feel about my new home. I take all manner of suggestions, hopeful ideas, warm compliments and vaguely happy thoughts. Cash em in!



  1. YAY!!! Way to go, Hero!! LOL! I thought you didn't wanna hear what we had to say. ;) Glad you're here and I love your new home!

  2. Yay! Comments! Glad to see you on blogger.

  3. Yay! So glad I can finally comment! Wanted to reiterate my LOVE and admiration for the new bloggy home. Looks spifftastic, and I've been enjoying the plethora of updates. :)

  4. Is that title a reference to As alma mater by any chance? Go blue!!
    And I like the idea of guest appearances in the kitchen reader's chair!

  5. I'm as glad to visit you here as I was at Xanga! Everything looks great! -Rachel

  6. Guest appearances in the reader's chair will probably happen because its one of the best places in our house for photographic light.

    Yes...little reference to A'S alma mater there...nice catch. I'm all for the maize and blue!